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In the wake of the "fake news" phenomenon, several professional and academic organizations have begun creating instruction materials to aid educators in teaching media and news literacy.
Below are some resources which have been selected by SCC Librarians. Contact the SCC Library if you're interested in collaborating to create customized instruction sessions for your class.
SCC Library reference desk: 533-8821
Tools from Journalists & Media Professionals
Tools from Library & Information Professionals
Great resources from U of Washington
Teaching & Learning
News Literacy Project
Multiple teaching resources including videos and educational modules addressing school shootings and the media as well as other topics
Stanford History Education Group
"SHEG is a collaboration among many people: full-time staff, graduate student RAs, practicing teachers, and undergraduate volunteers and interns. SHEG sponsors an ongoing research group for students across the university interested in issues of how history is taught and learned. We also host visiting scholars whose work addresses issues of historical understanding and history education."
Teaching Web Evaluation: A Cognitive Development Approach
Candice Benjes-Small, Alyssa Archer, Katelyn Tucker, Lisa Vassady, Jennifer Resor Whicker, from Communications in Information Literacy, 7.1, 2013.