Information, News & Media Literacy Resources

Updated February 24, 2020

I am collecting resources (a work in progress…) around the web that will help raise awareness, learn about the topics of information, news, and media literacy with videos, article, games, podcasts, books and miscellaneous resources.

You might want to bookmark this post and return to look for any additions to the list.




  • Which Face is Real?
    by  University of Washington as part of the Calling Bullshit project.
    Our aim is to make you aware of the ease with which digital identities can be faked, and to help you spot these fakes at a single glance.
  • Troll Factory
    Troll Factory shows you first-hand how information operations work on social media. The goal of the game is to illustrate how fake news, emotive content and bot armies are utilized to affect moods, opinions and decision-making.
  • The Bad News Game
    From fake news to chaos! How bad are you? Get as many followers as you can.
  • Which is Legit?
    Can you spot the knock off? Test your ability to recognize and distinguish “fake news” sites from those of legitimate, standards-based news organizations.



Psychology behind it…

Fact Checking Sites

Educator Resources

Making Debunking Visible


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