Addressing Misinformation, Bias, and News Literacy-Session 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
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First Draft's taxonomy on misinfo: https://firstdraftnews.org/articles/fake-news-complicated/
NLPs five types of misinfo: https://newslit.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Misinformation_Nov2021.pdf
CounterHate's Disinfo Dozen: https://www.counterhate.com/disinformationdozen
Our final session will explore more regarding bias and its types, but in case you'd like to review NLP's taxonomy on bias ahead of time, you can do so here: http://newslit.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Understanding-Bias-2020.pdf
I have to run to another meeting. Thanks so much. Looking forward to the next one.
Hey we have one of those cubes in Ann Arbor!!😂
Here is a quick read written by our NLP staff on patternicity and how it correlates with misinformation: https://newslit.org/updates/patternicity-contest-demonstrates-mastery-of-key-concept/#:~:text=Patternicity%20is%20the%20term%20for,evidence%2C%20like%20a%20conspiracy%20theory.
Clearly many people have WAY too much time on their hands and the internet is only making all of that time dangerous.
John, we are seeing the Presenter mode on the screen (where it shows next slide thumbnail and notes section) - can you screenshare with just the presentation?
I have a CMTA School meeting to run to. Thank you for the session!
It's hard to live in shades of gray. It's easier to live in a binary form.
My husband and I have talked about how neither of us actually drank much water at all as children!
We grew up on kool aid and milk.
Sometimes people also want to think they know more than the experts, or they can do better than the generally accepted approach. So they want to tweak the vaccine schedule to make it "better" because the usual approach can't possibly be the most optimized.