Fight The Fake: How does your source stack up?

Educators can easily build a source deck around any current events topic and, in this activity, we’re using it to bring together a discussion on fake news and source evaluation.

Fight The Fake: Fuel discussions with YouTube

October Media Literacy Challenge: Week 2. Incorporate engaging YouTube videos that launch your classroom into literacy discussions on fake news.

Fight The Fake: Get the what-why-and-how resource list

Looking at some key terms can help educators as they prepare to broach the topic of fake news with students, plus resources and activities that support media literacy skills development.

Roll Britannica School Insights out to your district!

Support literacy skill development and ensure your students can bring a trusted research companion along with them on their Web searches with the FREE Google Chrome extension for Britannica School users.

Britannica tackles media literacy with a series of fall initiatives

Join Britannica Digital Learning for an action-packed fall, filled with digital and media literacy resources and events for educators.

ImageQuest editor’s picks for Back to School

The Britannica pros are here to guide you through the best of the quest! In honor of a fresh school year, we’re in love with these images that capture the magic of the classroom.

Cool Careers: What does a media producer do?

Tune in once a month to “Cool Careers,” a brand new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica. This November, meet Alicia Haywood of iSpeakMedia!

Fight Fake News: Media literacy for students

Arm any middle or high school student against the sway of fake news with this free media literacy webinar, presented by edWeb.net and Tiffany “Mighty Little Librarian” Whitehead.

Cool Careers: What does a community organizer do?

Welcome to Cool Careers! A new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica Digital Learning.