We live in a digital age where our worldviews, opinions and habits can be shaped by what we see online. Let’s make sure your social feeds are filled with quality content you can trust.

Learn how to master the flood of suspicious information taking over the internet in this free, self-directed course from MediaWise Campus Correspondents.

Be one of the thousands of people who have upped their digital media literacy game with this course on spotting and stopping the spread of misinformation. Practice techniques that professional fact-checkers use to debunk false claims and amplify credible voices online.

The next time misinformation pops up, you’ll be happy you understood the assignment.

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Campus Correspondents

  • Kobe McCloud
    Senior, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
    Kobe McCloud is a senior at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, double majoring in media and journalism and political science. Kobe is also a former GIS...
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  • Lauren Yang Brown
    Senior, University of Oregon
    Lauren Yang Brown is a fourth-year student at the University of Oregon, majoring in journalism and minoring in political science. She is the fact-checking editor...
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  • Loren Miranda
    Freshman, University of Florida
    Loren Miranda is a first-year student in the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida with a side concentration in political science....
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  • Vanessa Handy
    Junior, New York University
    Vanessa Handy is a third-year student at New York University studying media studies and journalism. An activist and journalist, Handy is passionate about using media...
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  • Maddie Herron
    Junior, University of Maryland
    Madeline Herron is a third-year student at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in...
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Instructors

  • Vanya Tsvetkova
    Interactive Learning Designer, MediaWise
    Vanya Tsvetkova develops curricula in various formats to teach fact-checking and digital media literacy skills to audiences of all ages in the U.S. and abroad....
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  • Alexa Volland
    Youth Programming Manager, MediaWise
    Alexa Volland oversees the MediaWise Teen Fact-Checking Network and the Campus Correspondent project — both national, virtual newsrooms made up of students that produce fact-checks...
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  • Alex Mahadevan
    Director, MediaWise
    Alex Mahadevan is the Director of the MediaWise project. Alex was most recently the Program Manager of MediaWise. Prior to joining the staff at Poynter,...
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