Library 2.017 "Digital Literacy + Fake News" Recordings

Recording links for the 2017 Digital Literacy + Fake News mini-conference will work immediately following the conference.  

Each session will have three recording versions:

  1. The full Blackboard Collaborate version (requires Java, lets you see the chat conversation, and lets you download chat and slides / whiteboard by using file > save menu);
  2. An MP3 audio version;
  3. An MP4 video version.

NOTE: if more than one recording shows up, the presenter made a mistake or there was some problem. Typically, the most recent recording in that case will be the correct one.

If you want to watch the video versions, you may find it easier to just use the YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/Library20. These are uploaded to YouTube the week after the event.

Please use #library2017 #fakenews #digitalliteracy on any social media posts about the conference, and do encourage other to join the Library 2.0 network to receive information on future events.

RESOURCE PACKET
http://www.literacy.digital

CONFERENCE RECORDINGS

RECORDING OPENING KEYNOTE
Faye Leibowitz + Abigail Gulya RECORDING Combating Bias and Propaganda: A Cataloger's Perspective
Mark Ray RECORDING Information Literacy? Future Ready Librarians Can Do That!
Melda N. Yildiz RECORDING Media Binds or Blinds: Deconstructing the Myths and Misconceptions in Teacher Education
Mark E. Moran RECORDING The Softer Side of Digital Literacy
Laura W. Gariepy RECORDING The VCU Libraries (and beyond) #vetyoursources campaign: Improving students' skill in evaluating sources
Michelle Luhtala RECORDING A Journalists's Perspective on the New News Landscape
Laura Malita + Gabriela Grosseck RECORDING Fighting against Fake news & content
Sarah FitzHenry + Kim Wilkens RECORDING Foiling Fake News with Fourth Graders
Shannon Steimel RECORDING Passion Based Literacies & Social Media
Derek Malone RECORDING What is fake news? Definitions from first-year college students
Kristin Fontichiaro RECORDING Four Out of Five Dentists Say Coca-Cola Cures Cancer!: Data Literacy Strategies to Help Patrons Identify Fake – or Just Bad – Information
Paul Loranger RECORDING The role librarians and teachers will be playing in recognising fake news by including democratic learning in their classrooms
Joyce Valenza + Michelle Luhtala RECORDING Unpacking a Media Literacy Toolkit
Wendy Stephens RECORDING The Revenge of the Filter Bubble: How Accelerating Content Customization and Mobile Device Access Drives Fake News
RECORDING CLOSING KEYNOTE

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