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Addressing Misinformation, Bias, and News Literacy-Session 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Fyn
24:49
The second image is less appealing (“air quotes")
Faculty Development Center FDC
24:56
Photo choice is interesting.
Faculty Development Center FDC
25:03
He looks deranged.
Amy Fyn
25:34
YES
Pam McCombs
26:03
I agree Sarah.
Amy Fyn
29:31
Less masking on police, smiling man on left
Liz Price, NLP
31:08
Ad-Fontes Media Bias Chart: https://adfontesmedia.com/
Liz Price, NLP
31:55
AllSides Media Bias Chart: https://www.allsides.com/media-bias
Liz Price, NLP
39:31
Preview the “Understanding Bias” lesson here: https://get.checkology.org/lesson/understanding-bias/In our “Understanding Bias” lesson, students develop a nuanced understanding of news media bias by learning about five types of bias and five ways it can manifest itself, as well as methods for minimizing it.
Liz Price, NLP
39:59
You can also download the infographic John is reviewing now, via our website: http://newslit.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Understanding-Bias-2020.pdf
Faculty Development Center FDC
01:01:42
That Woman from Michigan
Amy Fyn
01:01:51
The image without the gun
Liz Price, NLP
01:28:12
Here is the link to Editing the Gray Lady's Twitter account. This account highlights the changes in the news on the main page of the NY Times. A great resource for understanding how major news outlets can build credibility with readers: https://twitter.com/nyt_diff
John Silva, NLP
01:37:19
jsilva@newslit.org
Pam McCombs
01:39:51
Thanks everyone!
Sara Memmott
01:40:19
Discuss and share strategies and assignments, Wed, April 6, 2pmRegister at: https://www.emich.edu/facdev/events/news-literacy.php
Faculty Development Center FDC
01:40:53
https://www.emich.edu/facdev/events/news-literacy.php
Faculty Development Center FDC
01:41:08
This is the link to register for the fourth center.