NLP Brochure 2020 - Manual / Resource - Page 5
National News Literacy Week
This annual event, organized in partnership with The E.W. Scripps
Company, underscores the vital role of news literacy in a democracy
and provides audiences with the knowledge and tools to become more
We have customized a version of Checkology for the public.
Modeled on The Sift newsletter for educators, Get Smart
About News is our free newsletter designed for the general
public. It explores timely examples of misinformation,
addresses media and press freedom topics and discusses
social media trends and issues.
Informable®, our free mobile app,
helps people of all ages practice four
distinct news literacy skills using realworld examples in a game-like format.
Is that a fact?, our podcast, builds and
improves listeners’ news literacy skills
through informative conversations
with experts working to combat
The For Everyone section of our
website offers free tools, tips,
quizzes and shareable graphics for
strengthening news literacy skills.
Free webinars provide the public with news literacy skills
to recognize misinformation around COVID-19, local and
national elections, and other events.
Staff members are available for keynotes, speeches and
presentations tailored to audience needs.
We recognize that the demand for news literacy
education is global. While we are primarily committed
to meeting this challenge in the United States, we are
also working to confront the issue internationally. Our
targeted efforts include:
Sharing free resources, such as Give Facts a
Fighting Chance: A Global Playbook for Teaching
News Literacy, a comprehensive guide available to
organizations around the world to develop and expand
news literacy programs.
Speaking at gatherings seeking solutions to the
Consulting or partnering with like-minded
organizations combating the misinformation
challenge in their countries.
Licensing and assisting in the adaptation of digital
assets in local markets.