Poznań, Poland

News Literacy

when 28 June 2020 - 3 July 2020
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 50

News Literacy is an innovative course, aimed to help its students to become conscious news consumers through applying their critical thinking skills and work with current examples from news media. We are drowning in a tsunami of information in this globalized world. The course teaches how we should engage critically with this increasingly digitalizing world we live in. How do we know if news is real, when is it exaggerated, how can we tell if its sources are dubious, if someone tries to fool us? These skills will be learnt based on news and media, but will be extended to any kind of digital information.

Course leader

The Institute has been prepared in partnership with the Center for News Literacy of Stony Brook University, New York, USA, which is the birthplace of News Literacy.

Target group

The News Literacy Summer Institute is foremost directed at educators and trainers, journalists and other practitioners working in the media environment.

Course aim

What can News Literacy Summer Institute in Poznań offer selected applicants?

• full News Literacy course taught by experienced American and Polish teachers;

• assistance in adaptation and implementation of the course at participants’ home institution;

• teaching materials;

• networking opportunities for like-minded teachers from around the region.

Fee info

EUR 50: The participation fee is 50 euros.
The organizers will cover the costs of following items for all participants:

• accommodation;

• meals during the course hours (Coffee break & Lunch);

• teaching materials.