COVID-19: Poynter Resources
Poynter’s mission is to champion the duty of a free press to inform, educate and hold the powerful accountable. As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, journalists, fact-checkers, educators and students around the world look to Poynter for best practices in covering the most significant story of this generation. Thanks to donations and grants, Poynter is able to provide more resources, reporting and training for free.
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With Poynter’s International Fact-Checking Network, you can see how misinformation circles the globe. Check out theIFCN’s #CoronaVirusFacts Alliance databaseof 7,000+ fact-checks from more than 70 countries.
Do you need context and clarity around what politicians are saying about coronavirus?PolitiFact’s Scorecardkeeps tabs.
Tips for Journalists
Covering the coronavirus is intense, particularly for local newsrooms.Here’s how Poynter is chroniclingthe power and perils of local journalism in a pandemic.
Need help with crisis coverage? Sign up for free, real-timeQ&A sessions with Poynter expertscalled ON POYNT and brought to you through Poynter’s News University.
When you write your next big story,keep these 12 tools in mind to make COVID-19 comprehensible.
The coronavirus is the story of our lifetime. Here areresources, training and funding to help your newsroomtell it.
Training for Educators and Students
News University hascurated an array of resourcesto assist as you migrate to an online teaching/learning environment. These just-in-time supplements will enhance any curriculum.
Poynter faculty and staff are also available for remote drop-in teaching. To ask about the availability of our subject matter experts,fill out this form.