KQED launches free media literacy training – TechCrunch
In the fight against those who can’t get the real news from an amphetamine-laden hamster with Tumblr blog, San Francisco public radio station KQED It was announced this week that it will be out a free webinar and online course at your own pace to help increase media literacy. These resources are aimed at K-12 educators and others involved in media teaching, but are freely available to media fanatics and enemies of fake news. look alike.
Complete the course leading to the PBS Media Literacy Educator micro-certificate, which is a step towards getting the full Certificate of Media Savvy Educatoris a set of eight micro-credentials covering a wide range of media generation and analytics topics.
I personally believe that a particular module – “Media Message Analysis: Bias, Motivation, and Production Choice“- should be a must for everyone before they get anywhere near a Twitter or Facebook account, but maybe that’s just what the pink-loving communist mainstream media journalist told me…
If you’re curious or just want to brush up on your media literacy over the weekend – this is your chance!