How We Can Teach Gen Z a Better Kind of Media Literacy
Young people's ability to navigate the Internet can be summed up in one word: bleak.
The Left and Right Both Distrust Partisan News, According to a New Study
New research finds that Americans tend to trust mainstream news sources over highly partisan ones, including those that reflect our prejudices.
Senior Citizens Are Most Likely to Share Fake News on Facebook
New research finds the 65-and-over demographic was most inclined to share fabricated news reports during the 2016 presidential campaign.
An Information Scientist Talks Media Literacy, Political Memes, and the Value of Librarians
Alison Head, a co-author of a new report on the media habits of almost 6,000 college students, explains why news consumption has become an arduous task for younger generations.