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.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has been accompanied by a large amount of misleading and false information about the virus, especially on social media. AdultMisinfo project aims to fight misinformation and increase awareness
First online meeting. We haven't (officially) started yet but we are warming up! Partners set basic communication rules and exchange ideas on the implementation of project's activities. November 25, 2020.
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