Numerous checklists and methods exist to assist in the evaluation of information sources where content consumers are encouraged to assess the source in front of them according to each criterion and question the source in order to determine its reliability. By employing the expertise of Vilnius Tech researchers on digital communications, the lecture will focus on a research-based approach to digital source criticism. By distinguishing between what is real and what is fake, the children will learn to think for themselves, as well as gain a better understanding of the world.
|Technology, Literacy, Science
|Explorative learning approach
|Developing source criticism skills, scientific literacy
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