“Fake News” is a popular term at the moment, and with more communication methods at our disposal, more bad information is being produced. But can you really tell what is bad and un-verified information compared to real truth? Do you change your actions and opinions based on this poor information, do businesses adjust their strategies, and can media outlets really survive producing poor information?
This webinar is a part of the ‘Future Skills for workplace sustainability’ series and is focused on the effect that bad media literacy has on our lives and work. We will explore how bad practices and poor researched and produced information can and how it influences what we do and our futures. Hearing from 2 expert speakers we will discuss and learn the effect bad media literacy has on the media producers (the media outlets themselves) and on the consumers (how businesses, it’s employees, and the public are influenced and effected).
Who is the Webinar designed, and beneficial for?
This webinar would be suited to all from all backgrounds. Whether you work with media or not, this topic influences us all, and the webinar can better prepare us for a more truthful future.
Speakers: Harutyun Tsatryan & Martin Maska