I am still having great fun with Factitious, a quiz that tests my ability to distinguish real news from the fake stuff. It’s a resource that can help individuals fine-tune their media literacy skills, assisting them as they consider the truthfulness (or lack of truthfulness) of a news story.
I wrote about Factitious in June 2017, but recently I went back to the site and discovered that the game has expanded, with updated news for each year and a few more news evaluation levels. Last week I asked a group of friends play the game, and we all agreed it is a helpful teaching tool. Continue reading “How Well Can You Identify News That’s Not True?”