|Title||Evaluating “Fake News”|
|Objectives||To help students differentiate fake news by comparing fake and real articles.|
|Description||By putting the students in the place of fake news producers or conspiracy theorists, they learn which tools and methods are used and become better at detecting this type of content in their daily internet use.
Fake news can take different forms and cover different topics. There is commercial fake news, conspiracy theories, fake science news, fake political news, fake pictures, and fake articles.
|Link to the source||https://library.louisville.edu/ld.php?content_id=56953702|
|Connectivity||Online and offline|
|Device requirements||Desktop computer and Tablets|
|Mode of learning
|Teacher or trainer-directed learning|