Two Truths and a Lie Online: Media Literacy for Young Adults

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The internet is full of false information and ads. Sometimes it can be challenging to decipher the validity of content. It is important to learn how to critically evaluate online material for several reasons: you want to know what type of information is trustworthy online, you want to be an informed digital citizen, and you want to ensure that the information that you are using for a school assignment is factual. The purpose of “Two Truths and a Lie Online” is to teach you how to critically evaluate online resources so that you can be both an informed consumer and producer of digital content. This OER was created by Deirdre Grace, Erica Hargreave, Sarah McLean, and Jeff Tan.

UBC MET / StoryToGo

Canada, Richmond, BC

Contributed by: Erica Hargreave

Language: English

License: CC-BY-SA