TinEye is a powerful reverse image search tool. It enables users to find similar or matching images by uploading an image instead of using text. It’s a valuable resource for verifying image authenticity and finding the original source while enhancing media literacy skills and combat misinformation effectively.
This manual presents MIL in a holistic manner, while giving hints and tools to teach MIL, facilitating the process to reach and build capacities of all learners.
This manual provides MIL trainers with background information, training ideas, methods and worksheets. The book also provides sample training schedules to help you determine the length of time needed to teach individual aspects of media and information literacy. Divided into clear chapters, you can use each one separately, depending on what you want to work on with your group.
The platform recommends a set of tips for MIL trainers to prepare in general, and to use before, during and after implementation of MIL activities. You will also find in this website specific competences and actions, including practical activities, used for each type of skills, along with a summarised a map of skills/competences per media.
Through this resource, you will foster your media literacy skills, which are essential to civic life. Practical and easy-to-use tools will support you in understanding how to authenticate, analyze and evaluate information from a variety of sources and put current events in historical context through standards-aligned lesson plans, videos, primary sources, virtual classes and programs.
Note that the only requirement to use this tools is to be registered on the website.
This website gives you access to e-tutorials and workshops. These free resources cover a wide-range of topics, including managing internet use, diversity representation and online hate. Completed by the Diversity and Media Toolbox, you will have the right resources to explore issues relating to stereotypes, bias and hate in mainstream media and on the Internet.
Along with the website, the YouTube channel of MediaSmarts will give you access to short videos, giving some keys to critical thinking skills to engage with media as active and informed digital citizens.
This resource is a guide on what to include in your MIL training, including learning objectives, materials, activities, assessment of learning outcomes, etc. Concretely, it offers a concise overview of what is MIL while providing workshop sessions, assessment methods and sheets, and indicative workshop agenda.
The CML promotes and supports media literacy education as a framework for accessing, analysing, evaluating, creating and participating with media content. In that sense, CML offers on their website plenty of resources which can be used to deepen your MIL training, both on theory and practice.