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Last Updated: Jul 27, 2023     Views: 33

The TCC Library's Media Literacy Guide defines it as: 

Media literacy encompasses the practices that allow people to access, critically evaluate, and create or manipulate media.

Media Literacy often overlaps with Information Literacy and Digital Literacy and News Literacy.  

Select a cover to view access options (some titles available via interlibrary loan, a free service for students, faculty, and staff):

   Digital civics and citizenship : an applied approach The Insiders: Information Literacy for Okies Everywhere  Fact vs. fiction : teaching critical thinking skills in the age of fake news  Your computer is on fire  The politics of social media manipulation  Keep calm and log on : your handbook for surviving the digital revolution The anatomy of fake news : a critical news literacy education  

Search the Discovery Catalog for more titles and resources. Here are example searches: 

Su: Social media Political aspects

Keyword search: Fake news

Keyword search as a phrase: "News literacy"