Who is this class for: We are thrilled to make this course available for anybody who is interested in learning how to evaluate the quality of news and journalism in order to judge the reliability of information and make informed judgment. It is an online version of the News Literacy curriculum developed at Stony Brook University in New York and the University of Hong Kong. More than 15,000 university students in ten countries have taken it over the last ten years. We have been constantly updating our course material by incorporating the impact of the growing popularity of smart phones and social media services around the world. We hope you enjoy the course!


Created by:  The University of Hong Kong, The State University of New York

  • Masato Kajimoto

    Taught by:  Masato Kajimoto, Assistant Professor

    Journalism and Media Studies Centre, The University of Hong Kong

  • Howard Schneider

    Taught by:  Howard Schneider, Dean

    Stony Brook University School of Journalism

  • Anne Kruger

    Taught by:  Anne Kruger, Lecturer

    Journalism and Media Studies Centre, The University of Hong Kong

  • Steven Reiner

    Taught by:  Steven Reiner, Associate Professor

    Stony Brook University School of Journalism

  • Jonathan Anzalone

    Taught by:  Jonathan Anzalone, Lecturer and Assistant Director of the Center for News Literacy

    Stony Brook University School of Journalism

  • Michael A. Spikes

    Taught by:  Michael A. Spikes, Director, Digital Resources

    Center for News Literacy, Stony Brook University School of Journalism

  • Richard Hornik

    Taught by:  Richard Hornik, Lecturer

    Stony Brook University School of Journalism
LevelBeginner
Commitment6 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish, Polish, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.8 stars
Average User Rating 4.8See what learners said
Syllabus

FAQs
How It Works
Travail en cours
Travail en cours

Chaque cours fonctionne comme un manuel interactif en proposant des vidéos préenregistrées, des quiz et des projets.

Aide de la part de vos pairs
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Connectez-vous à des milliers d'autres étudiants et débattez sur des idées, discutez le contenu du cours et obtenez de l'aide pour en maîtriser les concepts.

Certificats
Certificats

Obtenez une reconnaissance officielle pour votre travail et partagez votre réussite avec vos amis, vos collègues et vos employeurs.

Creators
The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong is the territory’s oldest institute of higher learning and also an internationally recognized, research led, comprehensive university. It engages in frontier research and academic endeavours that reflect and address the needs of a fast changing, knowledge-based world.
The State University of New York
The State University of New York, with 64 unique institutions, is the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States. Educating nearly 468,000 students in more than 7,500 degree and certificate programs both on campus and online, SUNY has nearly 3 million alumni around the globe.
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Ratings and Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 41 ratings

Thank you, Thank you so much!

I got great bravery via this course to next step for my future by grace of you^^!!

Very informative and clear and there are some assignments to make us understand more. But there are too many links that we have to read, I prefer the video and examples and assignments.

This course gave a lot of insights to become a critical and responsible news consumer. The modules had a convenient length and the amount of examples helped a lot to understand the issues.

Useful and meaningful as we are living in an age of information overload, the ability to make sensible application of information is just too important. Thanks