Learn how foreign disinformation campaigns work and how we can fight disinformation in this short explainer video by Smetzer Associates, The Cipher Brief, Truth in Media. Animated explainer video produced by Wienot Films.
UNESCO supports the development of media and information literacy for all to enable people’s ability to think critically and click wisely.
Girl Security presents a Disinformation, Cybersecurity, and Democracy Teacher Guide and Curriculum.
Over the course of six months, commissioners held internal discussions and heard from experts, community leaders, academics, researchers, tech industry representatives, and lawmakers to understand and explore the multidimensional attributes of information disorder. The Commission’s Final Report offers a viable framework for action.
Produced by the Getting Better Foundation, Trust me is a feature-length documentary exploring human nature, information technology, and the need for media literacy to help people trust one another, bring them together and create a more resilient population.
The Countering Disinformation Guide's Database of Informational Interventions provides a searchable database including the work of organizations around the world engaged in making the digital landscape safe for democracy.
Disinformation actors use a variety of tactics to influence others, stir them to action, and cause harm. Understanding these tactics can increase preparedness and promote resilience when faced with disinformation. This series discusses open-source examples of disinformation attributed by others to foreign governments.
Learn to discern with EUvsDisinfo, #DontBeDeceived and become more resilient. The EU vs. Disinfo Learn platform provides informative texts and a selection of useful tools, games, podcasts and other resources to build or strengthen individuals' resilience to disinformation.
NLP’s resource library includes lesson plans, classroom activities, posters and infographics, quizzes, training materials and videos to help educate students in news literacy.
The News Literacy Project offers several free resources for the public, including an e-learning platform, an app, a new podcast, shareable tips, tools, quizzes and an annual news literacy event.