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Media literacy and misinformation

Guide your family in learning how to access, evaluate and use different online media.

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Media literacy tips for parents - Connections you might make

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Build up your media literacy and skills

Creating and sharing information

Talk with your family about the importance of taking a closer look at the details, topics and sources of information as they explore, create and share online.

Thinking twice

Evaluating different media types

Help your family to better recognize and evaluate the information they want to share and the credibility of the sources they come from.