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Fake News and the Responsibility to be Digitally Literate


Uncovering ways to be digitally literate in a world of fake news, verify online sources and becoming more conscious consumers of information in the classroom with students.

Learning Outcomes:

After completing this course, you will …

  • Understand the importance of digital literacy in our world today; and
  • Know how to teach students how to decipher between fake and reliable sources.

Time required to complete this course content: 1-3 hours (approx.)

This course is also part of the Recommended Bundle Digital Literacy in the Connected Classroom


This course is applicable K-12 (teachers, coaches, para-educators, teaching assistants, support staff) and can be easily adapted to suit your environment.

All references and materials are located online.

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