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Operation InfeKtion: A New York Times three-part short video series on Russian disinformation.

“Operation InfeKtion” reveals the ways in which one of the Soviets’ central tactics — the promulgation of lies about America — continues today, from Pizzagate to George Soros conspiracies.

ASU News Co/Lab YouTube channel

Q&A's and short videos on topics such as media literacy, misinformation, and news.

A panel presented by The Poynter Institute and sponsored by the Frank E. Duckwall Foundation and Duke University. May 2017.

Panelists:

  • Dylan Byers - Senior Media Reporter for CNN Media and CNN Politics
  • David Folkenflik - Media Correspondent for NPR News
  • Bill Adair - Knight Professor of Journalism and Public Policy, Duke University and creator of Politifact
  • Indira Lakshmanan - Newark Chair in Journalism Ethics at the Poynter Institute

A panel presented by University of California Berkeley. January, 2017.

Panelists:

  • Adam Mosseri - Facebook's Vice President of News Feed
  • Craig Newmark - Web Pioneer, Speaker and Philanthropist
  • Laura Sydell - National Public Radio (NPR) Digital Culture Correspondent
  • Catherine Crump - Professor and Co-Director of Berkeley Law's Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic
  • Jeffrey MacKie-Mason - UC Berkeley's University Librarian and Professor at the School of Information

Moderated by UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism Dean Edward Wasserman

Teaching Truth and Trust in an Era of Digital Dissensus - Presented by the OSU School of Writing, Literature and Film, OSU's Writing Intensive Curriculum and the OSU Libraries Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. January 29, 2021

Join hosts Alex Werndli and Caryn Stoess of Oregon State's Writing Intensive Curriculum Program with Sarah Perault of the School of Writing, Literature and Film in a conversation with Mike Caulfield. 

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