Simple steps to distinguish reliable from unreliable information

Source: Kurs for Gong

The path to media literacy may not be an easy path, but it is certainly a better one to take. Today, when we are faced with an increasing amount of information, it is increasingly important to be able to distinguish reliable from unreliable information - we cannot expect someone to do this work for us, we must be able to evaluate it independently, no matter how difficult it is! This is precisely why we present a short video in which that path is broken down into several clear steps, without which it is sometimes difficult to distinguish reliable from unreliable information.

The more media literate we are, the better we can judge the reliability of information, and to find out how to strengthen your media literacy, see these five simple steps in this video from the Kiwi production!

The Kiwi production video was created as part of the Pro-fact project, which comprehensively approaches the social, political and health problem of the spread of COVID-19 disinformation campaigns, through research, awareness raising, and capacity building, and is jointly conducted by Gong, with partners including the Faculty of Political Science in ZagrebUniversity of DubrovnikFaktograf.hrFaculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. Also affiliated with the project are the Croatian Journalists Society (HND) and the Croatian Journalists’ Union (SNH).

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