We are being overwhelmed with organizations, groups, influencers, bad actors and others bombarding us with information. So much of that information is designed to influence or even manipulate us rather than inform us. Let’s discuss the types of sources we’re likely to encounter, evaluate the purpose of the information they share, identify common types and forms of bias, and learn to sort through the noise to prioritize sources that seek to inform us by sharing information in a way that is fair and accurate.
This session is the first installment of a three-part series, brought to you by The News Literacy Project. To learn more about election misinformation, please visit our website: https://newslit.org/election2022