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Social Media Resilience

How can we determine what is trustworthy information and what is not?

5 Modules

Available, 26th July

Open Access

everything you need to

fight disinformation and fake news on social media


Fake News



Filter bubbles

Credibility of sources

b-learning course

Frequently Asked Questions

The course will cover topics such as;

  • Introducing fake news
  • Knowing what fake news is
  • Awareness of virality and trending in social media
  • The credibility of the sources in a media context
  • Promoting (social) media and digital literacy
  • Critical understanding of information consumption (and influence of algorithms)
  • Communication skills in the networked society
  • Individual responsibility: content creation and sharing skills
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Promoting, discussing and presenting fact-checking tools

The b-learning course is for educators who work with both young people and older people.

The SMaRT-EU consortium have created this course, you can find out more about us here

The b stands for blended, it means we use a variety of different teaching and learning styles throughout the course.

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