Current events and issues, packaged for classroom discussion
A social media giant's decision to remove certain personalities from its platform raises questions around limits of online speech
When the Notre Dame cathedral caught fire, the internet quickly filled with speculation about the cause and severity of the damage
Sometimes, trusted news sources can amplify a hoax.
This year the CBC has made the decision to not broadcast the results of the Toronto election on TV. The regularly scheduled Murdoch Mysteries will run instead.
A fake account offers practice in separating real social media posts from fake
Elected officials will frequently try to frame debates and issues in ways favourable to themselves, and unfavourable to their opponents. The way a story is told or framed can affect how it is understood by audiences
Facebook's mishandling of user data raises big questions around trust, privacy, and information