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Get ready for media literacy week - Shared screen with speaker view
dana.slaven
24:32
How will we access the social media resources?
rsiriwardene
25:31
yes
Felicity Sandral
27:01
Would Glenn’s course be suitable for high school students?
Sue McKerracher ALIA
27:05
All the collateral I've shown you today will be available on the ALIA website www.alia.org.au next week, from Wednesday onwards.
Sue McKerracher ALIA
28:09
We'll ask Glenn about the age group for his course but please take a look at ABC Education if you're in a school https://www.abc.net.au/education/media-literacy/teacher-tips/
Sue McKerracher ALIA
31:00
You might like this poster from IFLA about how to spot fake news, too https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/167
Matthew Wearne (Library)
31:34
tldr
Sue McKerracher ALIA
35:02
More fake news tests here https://www.abc.net.au/education/media-literacy/questioning-media/
Sue McKerracher ALIA
37:16
Great resource for fact checking https://www.aap.com.au/category/factcheck/
Alex
40:16
what motivates people to make fake news?
J. Roberts
40:25
The LULZ
Rachel Davis
40:34
what about a version of training for people with low read/write literacy, focused on video/radio media?
Sarah D
42:07
Great idea Rachel, I could see that being helpful here too!
J. Roberts
42:13
LULZ means a joke
J. Roberts
42:17
A cruel joke
June Harte
43:46
Thank you everyone.
Alex
43:46
thankyou!
Jodie
43:46
Thank you Glenn and Sue
Melton City Libraries
43:46
Thanks!
J. Roberts
43:47
Thanks! :)
Sarah D
43:52
Thank you!
Anette
43:53
Thank you