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CTRL-F: Find the Facts is an online verification skills module designed to help students evaluate digital information and determine what to trust.




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Modules

Learning modules contain units that bundle lesson plans, activities, and support materials

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Videos

Short, engaging videos cover themes such as ‘information pollution,’ verfication, and journalism

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Activities

Central activities help students build verification skills, understand the role of algorithms, and more

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Case Studies

Current events packaged with activities and guiding questions for easy classroom use

FEATURED MODULE

Learn simple digital information literacy skills

‘Lateral reading’ is key to evaluating online information. This module teaches 3 core skills through short videos and engaging activities

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FEATURED CASE STUDY

Deepfakes vs. Cheapfakes

Manipulated videos can be a source of disinformation regardless of their technological complexity

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FEATURED ACTIVITY

Democracy works best when citizens are informed and engaged, but what happens when we don’t all see the same news? This interactive activity uses polarized newsfeeds to give students a first-hand look at how algorithms work, and the implications for democracy of being stuck in a filter bubble.

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False & misleading information thrives online

70%

Falsehoods are 70% percent more likely to be retweeted than the truth

Source: Science
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Facebook deleted 2.2 billion fake accounts in the first three months of 2019

Source: Facebook
29%

Only 1/3 of Canadians know algorithms determine what we see on social media

Source: Reuters Institute

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