Critical thinking resources, media literacy

I’ll add more soon.

Games and quizzes that can reveal vulnerability to disinformation.
Test yourself, and send to friends and family.

  • Find the fake! “This fun, interactive quiz provides a way for families to improve, discuss and test their knowledge of fake news”.

  • Go Viral! game, supposed to reduce susceptibility to Covid misinformation for up to three months (UK)

Learn more about misinformation and disinformation.

Go deeper - learn more about psychological warfare, misinformation and disinformation.

Examples - challenging misinformation and disinformation


News notes

  • Kate Starbird, key researcher in the fight against election misinformation – who herself became the subject of an intensive misinformation campaign – has said her field gets accused of “bias” precisely because it’s now mainly rightwingers who spread the worst lies.

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