As engaged citizens and consumers, older Americans are often the target of online misinformation. This short online course from MediaWise for Seniors will teach you how to tell what’s true and false online — especially when it comes to information about COVID vaccines.
Christiane Amanpour，Joan Lunden，Lester Holt，Hari Sreenivasan和Dave Jorgenson - 我们尊敬的MediaWise大使 - 将流行进入作为世界知名的记者分享他们的建议，并帮助您保护自己免受错误信息。
We will not be telling you how to feel about topics or issues. Instead, we will teach you how to identify misinformation and disinformation online. Our goal is to help you make decisions that impact your life and your health, based on reliable, trustworthy information.
With ongoing misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, falling for false information on the internet is truly a matter of life and death. Protect yourself by improving your media literacy with this self-paced course.
SEASISWISE为老年人was announced in 2020 to bring MediaWise tips to the 50+ population. MediaWise for Seniors has a program funded by AARP to provide resources to their membership and a program funded by Facebook bringing virtual training and a social media awareness campaign to the senior population. The foundation of MediaWise was created with support from Google.org as part of Google News Initiative. Learn more atpoynter.org/mediawise.
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