Northern New Mexico Press Women sponsored a seminar on Sept. 23 that was so great they wanted to share the information. Titled “Media Literacy in a Fake News World” it gave lessons on how to discern the truth in the midst of conflicting stories and confusing ‘facts.’
Consider this guide from the Library Policy and Advocacy Blog.
How to spot fake news
There is much more in this brochure prepared by the group
The seminar was sponsored by the Santa Fe Public Library, the Society of Professional Journalists – Rio Grande Chapter, NM Foundation for Open Government, New Mexico Press Women, The League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County and the Facebook Community It’s-the-Peoples-Data the seminar offered great tips to use in your search for the truth.
Northern New Mexico Press Women presents “Media Literacy in a Fake News World” at 1 p.m. Sat., Sept. 23 at the Santa Fe Public Library Southside branch, 6599 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe.
Panel moderator Inez Russell Gomez, editorial editor of the Santa Fe New Mexican, will lead the conversation about fake news with Albuquerque Journal North editor Mark Oswald, Taos News editor Staci Matlock, PBS Newshour correspondent Kathleen McCleery and author James McGrath Morris.
The event is free and is sponsored by the Santa Fe Public Library, New Mexico Press Women, the Society of Professional Journalists (Rio Grande Chapter), Santa Fe chapter of the League of Women Voters, the Foundation for Open Government and It’s the People’s Data.
For information send an email to email@example.com. To contact the Santa Fe Public Library, Southside branch call 505-955-2820.
Jacob von Kutzleben
Everyone is invited to enter the Jacob von Kutzleben Memorial Scholarship Writing Contest.
This contest commemorates the dreams of von Kutzleben, a New Mexico State University student who was killed in a car accident. His family sponsors the contest in honor of von Kutzleben, a criminal justice major who also wrote science fiction and urban fantasy.
For details about the writing contest and prizes please visit the website.
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