The project aims to produce a set of valuable tools for learning/improving the quality of adult educators, who in the chain will teach adults on how to deal with social media misinformation and fake news.
The project’s target groups are educators, trainers, educators, researchers, experts involved in social media literacy and social media misinformation, and adults as final beneficiaries
Five organizations from an equal number of countries have partnered up in order to bring this project into life. Each organization provides knowledge and experience on a different aspect of the project’s needs.
We are very glad to announce you that the 2nd Newsletter of our project 'Adult Misinformation: Social Media Literacy, Critical and Analytical Thinking as means to combat Fake News and Social Media Misinformation'
On November 29th, 2022, E-SCHOOL held a public event to present the AdultMisinfo project's Results! This innovative Erasmus+ project that effectively addresses the issues of Fake News and Misinformation is nearing completion and
On November 28, 2022, the final transnational meeting for the AdultMisinfo project was held at E-School in Karditsa, Greece. As the project nears completion, the partners from Norway, Germany, Cyprus and Estonia reviewed
According to Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission «disinformation can cost lives»The article below will help you to separate facts from fiction about Covid-19: https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/fighting-disinformation_en#relatedlinks
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