In addition to finding sources, it's crucial we understand how to evaluate those sources. Use ABCD, CRAAP, and SIFT to evaluate different sources like academic journal articles, websites, magazines, and popular news sources.
Are you ready for a more in-depth lesson on evaluating sources and becoming more media literate? Check out the linked resources below for more practice, detailed videos, and additional tools to keep in your information literacy toolkit.
Crash Course Media Literacy
Crash Course features high quality, entertaining educational videos on a variety of topics. Created by brothers Hank and John Green, Crash Course presents information in a fast-paced format. Crash Course: Media Literacy is a 12 episode series hosted by Jay Smooth, and takes you through the history and psychology of media.
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InfoLit-Core is a learning platform developed by Credo Reference. Featuring tutorials, quizzes, and videos, this incredibly detailed information literacy and critical thinking course is perfect for learners ready for self-paced lessons. Click the image below to get started:
Be Media Smart
Media Literacy Ireland encourages citizens to BE MEDIA SMART and