Fall Program Lightning Round Presenters

Friday,  November 17, is our fall program on news literacy…

Fact, False, or Just Flawed: Critically Examining the News in the Age of Truthiness



And we can’t wait to hear from our lightning round presenters!

Alex Pfundt, Bryn Mawr College
The Tequila Diet: Using Questionable Health Claims to Teach Undergraduates about Fake News

Eleanor Goldberg, Delaware County Community College
Examining Bias and Objectivity in Journalism

Jasmine Woodson, Lehigh University
Internet fakery is a many-splendored thing: teaching first-year students about digital dangers

Jennifer Jarson, Penn State Lehigh Valley
Balancing act: Making a small shift to complicate an evaluation activity

Jess Denke, Muhlenberg College
Source Cards for Critical Consumption of Information: Active Learning for Digital Natives

Joanna Gadsby and Katy Sullivan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Power and privilege in media and research: A new First Year Seminar

Lane Glisson, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY
Humorous Accounts of Fake News — Why They’re Not So Funny

Mariya Zharova, Former Research Fellow at Drexel ExCITe Center            Memes & Learning

Sarah Hartman-Caverly, Delaware County Community College
Muckraking 2.gonz0: Reframing Alt-Media

Vickie Karasic, University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Digital Media Literacy Workshop Series