Media Literacy Web Series Watch our five part web series and become an expert on media literacy! Part One: What Is Media Literacy? Join us on our journey to discovering trustworthy and unbiased information sources! Play Video Part Two: The History of Disinformation "Fake news" may be a relatively new phrase, but disinformation has been around for a long time. Play Video Part Three: How Disinformation Works Lies, Truths, and Bots, oh my! Peddlers of disinformation are tricky. Learn how to spot potentially fraudulent information. Play Video Part Four: Basics of Journalism & Standards of Reporting Let's talk about what to look for in a trustworthy news source. Play Video Part Five: Media Literacy Toolkit Fraudulent news is no match for you now! Build your media literacy toolkit with these steps and helpful websites. Play Video Resources PEN America Truth on the Ballot: Fraudulent News, the Midterm Elections, and Prospects for 2020. Oxford Internet Institute The Project on Computational Propaganda PEN America Knowing The News: A Media Literacy Project PEN America Media Consumption Survey. Google Help Find related images with reverse image search dRevEye Download this Reverse Image Search tool for Google Chrome Allsides.com Information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum FactCheck.org A nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics Politifact.com Giving citizens the information they need to govern themselves in a democracy ReportersLab Fact-Check Map A center for journalism research in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University with an interactive map NewsGuard Coronavirus Misinformation Tracking Center First Draft Learn more about verifying media, and download their Photo and Video Visual Verification Guides Want To Learn More? Stop by the Library We can help you find additional resources on the history of journalism, media literacy, and more!