The Green brothers bring the Crash Course brand you know and love from your AP classes to Digital Literacy. Score!
Digital citizenship curriculum from New York State.
Provides tips for discerning credibility, as well as a handy list of sources and their credibility rating. Note the disclaimer at the bottom of the document.
From Newsela, links to teach students the difference between what's REAL and what's FAKE. (not useful for love, though.)
Basic tips for searching Google, etc.
These free, downloadable lessons designed by The Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island advance media literacy by emphasizing interdisciplinary scholarship and practice that stands at the intersections of communication, media studies, and education.
"Confirmation bias." "Filter Bubble." What do these phrases and other words used to discuss news literacy mean? This handout provides all the answers!
You CAN filter the true from the less true. Use the sites on this document to help you learn how.
Part of the School Library Journal's toolkit on News Literacy.
Published research findings of the Stanford study that revealed the troubling tendency of high school and college students to be fooled by inaccurate and misleading web content.