My World Media Literacy, developed in partnership by BBC Learning, BBC World Services and Microsoft
Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy. [Be] Media Smarts. Digital & Media Literacy Fundamentals
Désinformation, mensonge, canular, propagande, la «fausse nouvelle» a été remise au goût du jour sous l’appellation de «fake news» puis de «infox». Mais elle ne date pourtant pas d’hier. Le CLEMI s’est associé a Bibliothèque nationale de France pour traiter cette question essentielle pour notre démocratie par l’étude des documents patrimoniaux. Télécharger les affiches de l’exposition en haute définition
Fake news: art, fiction, mensonge – un dossier pluridisciplinaire en collaboration et avec le soutien de Réseau Canopé. Le dossier aborde d’abord la fabrication des fake news: de quoi s’agit-il exactement? Les artistes fabriquent-ils des fake news? Dans une deuxième partie, la question de la diffusion des fake news est traitée et notamment le pouvoir des images, avant de chercher, dans la troisième partie, à dégager des solutions pour s’en prémunir, en classe ou ailleurs.
Education scholars say youth are duped by sponsored content and don’t always recognize political bias of social messages. Stanford researchers find students have trouble judging the credibility of information online
Critical thinking, as we’re taught to do it, isn’t helping in the fight against misinformation.SIFT and Don’t Go Down the Rabbit Hole.
#ThinkBeforeSharing – Stop the spread of conspiracy theories. 10 infographics to counter conspiracy theories
In today’s digital world, knowing how to read, write, and participate online is a foundational skill next to reading, writing, and arithmetic. At Mozilla, they call this Web Literacy.
The DigEuLit project, funded by the EC eLearning Initiative, had a task of defining digital literacy and developing a framework and tools for digital literacy development in European educational settings. Concepts and Tools for Digital Literacy Development by Allan Martin & Jan Grudziecki
Media literacy is often cited as the solution – but to what problem? Prof. Sonia Livingstone provides an overview of the current debates about the benefits and limits of media literacy: Media literacy – everyone’s favourite solution to the problems of regulation
Nov. 21, 2020 New York Times Interactive. Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You? By Kashmir Hill and Jeremy White: We created our own A.I. system to understand how easy it is to generate different fake faces.
Защото всички сме проверители на факти: Seeing Isn’t Believing: The Fact Checker’s guide to manipulated video
GAN – технологията зад deepfake в ръцете на добрите: 40 Years on, PAC-MAN Recreated with AI by NVIDIA Researchers | What’s a Generative
Synthesia:‘Deepfake is the future of content creation’ [BBC]
If increased suspicion makes it harder for any of us to maintain a “nonfiction consciousness” — to believe that images can teach us true things about the world — what happens to documentary? To the news? To activists who make videos? If the trend toward skepticism and mistrustcontinues — or even worsens, with the mounting certainty of high-quality deepfakes just over the horizon — what happens next? The power and peril of documentaries in a skeptical culture
Want to understand the media better? Media Theorised. Reading against the grain – five videos supplemented by essays to introduce you to media theorists Roland Barthes, Noam Chomsky, Stuart Hall, Marshall McLuhan & Edward Said and to help you apply some of their critical tools in your everyday encounters with the media
Ways of Reading. Reading with and against the Grain [pp8-10] by David Bartholomae and Anthony Petrosky (Witi comments by Dr. Micah Oelze – Assistant Professor in History @ Adelphi University’s College of Arts and Sciences)
Here’s a way you can combat fake news. With colleagues, Nick Adams of Goodly Labs has put together a tool called Public Editor that helps ordinary citizens to vet the quality of online news articles. Public Editor has been designed and built by a diverse team including journalists, science educators, sociologists, cognitive scientists, librarians, psychologists, software engineers, and even a Nobel Laureate.
A peek behind the curtain of artificial intelligence. Chomsky vs. Chomsky: First Encounter
With their penchant for social media and memes, young people are interacting with a new and dangerous internet space. When Gen Z is the source of the misinformation it consumes [POLITICO]
EDMO launched – a hub for fact-checkers, academics and researchers to collaborate with each other and actively link with media organisations and media literacy experts, and provide support to policy makers
Tackling Disinformation and Online Hate Speech. 2020. Digital Democracy Monitor Knowledge Hub.
The EU has adopted a soft regulatory approach, focusing on codes of conduct and practice, whereby online providers that shape public discourse have made voluntary commitments.
General Secretariat of the Council | Documents & Publications | Library Blog | Reading Suggestion ‘Factfulness: 10 reasons we’re wrong about the world – and why things are better than you think’ by Hans Rosling, Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund
Joan Donovan on what 1990s Internet protest movements share with today’s disinformation campaigns. Trolling for Truth on Social Media
Facebook’s Nick Clegg: You and the Algorithm. It Takes Two to Tango
Prof. Jose Marichal argues that Facebook has radically changed the reasons why we talk to each other about politics and hypothesizes that it has done this by creating platforms that convert political talk into material for personal identity expression and maintenance. As a result, we tend not to talk to each other about politics to find some kind of mutual understanding, but for the purposes of projecting and maintaining an online identity of which politics is a part.
One of the many weird things about reporting on QAnon is that you inevitably start thinking like a conspiracy theorist yourself. HBO’s QAnon Doc Falls Into Traps Around The Rabbit Hole
“The native language of the digital world is probably video, not text—a trend missed by the literate classes that dominated the public dialogue in the predigital era. I’ve noticed that many young people start their Web searches on YouTube”. [and] YouTube’s Recommendation Algorithm Has a Dark Side. It leads users down rabbit holes. И още по темата от Zeynep Tufekci: YouTube, the Great Radicalizer.
Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy Technology and Social Change Project The Media Manipulation Casebook – a digital research platform linking together theory, methods, and practice for mapping media manipulation and disinformation campaigns; intended for researchers, journalists, technologists, policymakers, educators, and civil society organizers who want to learn about detecting, documenting, describing, and debunking misinformation.
Facebook loophole series A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform. Revealed: the Facebook loophole that lets world leaders deceive and harass their citizens In addition to shaping public perception of a political leader’s popularity, fake engagement can affect Facebook’s all-important news feed algorithm. Successfully gaming the algorithm can make the difference between reaching an audience of millions – or shouting into the wind.
Според национално представително проучване на Медийната програма за Югоизточна Европа на Фондация “Конрад Аденауер” и социологическата агенция “Алфа Рисърч” 8,8% от гражданите са променили решението си за кого да гласуват в следствие на медийното отразяване на последната предизборна кампания (парламентарните избори на 4 април). Допитването е реализирано чрез лични интервюта с над 1000 души в периода 27-30 март 2021 г. Видеозапис от представянето на резултатите и изводите на 14 април.
Mozilla Web Literacy 2.0 White Paper (вижте и актуализираната Mozilla Web Literacy Map в Ресурси)
Unreliability – a chapter from The Living Handbook of Narratology – fundamental concepts and theories. Based on the Handbook of Narratology edited by Peter Hühn, John Pier, Wolf Schmid and Jörg Schönert; first published by Walter de Gruyter in 2009.
Критерият non-notable или какво няма да откриете в Wikipedia. Случаят Майк Мазник
Professional fact-checkers turn to Wikipedia as a starting point to investigate the potential biases or agenda of a source. A quick search in Wikipedia for example reveals that the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is an anti-vaccination advocacy group.
To navigate all the junk on the internet, you need powers of critical thinking — but also critical ignoring. Learning to ignore information is not something taught in school.
Shaping Europe’s digital future. Strategy for artificial intelligence “The decisions that we make will shape our way forward with #AI” says Aimee van Wynsberghe (a professor of ethics in technology at university of Delft)
Europe fit for the Digital Age: Commission proposes new rules and actions for excellence and trust in Artificial Intelligence The Commission is proposing the first ever legal framework on AI, which addresses the risks of AI and positions Europe to play a leading role globally
EU research and innovation projects in artificial intelligence – disinformation (Factsheet)
A New Way of Looking at Trust in Media: Do Americans Share Journalism’s Core Values? – a study by the Media Insight Project — a collaboration of the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research — that examined public attitudes toward five core values of journalistic inquiry.
2021 World Press Freedom Index: Journalism, the vaccine against disinformation, blocked in more than 130 countries
Thierry Breton: I believe that we should prepare a “European Media Freedom Act”. Our legislative arsenal should be strengthened in order to ensure that #MediaFreedom & #Pluralism remain the pillars of our democracies
@ThierryBreton Apr 19
Freedom House Nations in Transit 2021: Bulgaria’s Democracy Score declined from 4.54 to 4.50; Independent Media score examines the current state of press freedom, including libel laws, harassment of journalists, and editorial independence; the operation of a financially viable and independent private press; and the functioning of the public media. 3.50/7.00 (3.25 за Унгария; подиндикаторът с най-нисък резултат, следван от Корупция) Оценка: Bulgaria is Semi-Consolidated Democracy.
Етичен кодекс на българските медии, решения по жалби за нарушения на кодекса и становища и препоръки на Националния съвет за журналистическа етика. Чрез утвърждаването на единни професионални стандарти, популяризиране на медийната саморегулация и правото на засегнатите лица на жалба, Съветът работи за повишаване на информационната култура на аудиторията и създаване на потребност за търсене на точна, проверена и балансирана информация.
In the digital world, in which millions of Times readers absorb the paper’s journalism online, there is no geographical “Op-Ed,” just as there is no geographical “Ed” for Op-Ed to be opposite to. It is a relic of an older age and an older print newspaper design. Why The New York Times Is Retiring the Term ‘Op-Ed’
The Real Reason Fans Hate the Last Season of Game of Thrones By Zeynep Tufekci
It’s not just bad storytelling — it’s because the storytelling style changed from sociological to psychological
An Illustrated Field Guide to Social Media. This field guide looks at social media that works on different “logics” than do Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube. No field guide would be complete without images. Much as a field guide to birds helps us look more closely at the birds we encounter on a walk through our neighborhoods, Fiammetta Ghedini’s remarkable illustrations in this field guide help us look at social media differently. Published by Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University. 2021.