par Philippe Lapointe
Les initiatives québécoises pour contrer la désinformation se multiplient dans les médias québécois, comme partout en Occident. Tellement qu’on peut dire que la vérification des faits (fact checking) est devenue une discipline journalistique en soi.
Taught by Christopher Chanco, who works as a writer and researcher, this instructional webinar workshop is tailored for student journalists who want to pick up skills and tips on fact-checking specifically during the COVID-19 infodemic.
New Canadian Media is proud to present a new series of workshops for immigrant journalists on “fake news” in the run-up to the October federal election.
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