EdTech: The validity of internet information

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Category:Digital Literacy
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The internet is full of information and it’s not all accurate. This module looks at the different types of error to be found, from unintended to deliberately misleading and how to prepare learners to recognise and deal with them.

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17th May 2020
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11th May 2020
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8th April 2020 (edited on 8th April 2020)
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