A meeting to discuss progress and plan next steps: this was the DoCHECK! Joint Training activity in Modena
A meeting to discuss progress and plan next steps: this was the DoCHECK! Joint Training activity in Modena

In this new DoCHECK video! We will tell you what the Joint Training that we carried out in Italy consisted of, what its focus was and what it served us for

Addressing media literacy from the classroom: a guide for teachers
Addressing media literacy from the classroom: a guide for teachers

The DoCHECK! project has released a freely distributed guide aimed at equipping educators with a range of tools to incorporate media literacy, particularly regarding misinformation, into the school curriculum

A guide is published for parents to teach their children how to combat misinformation
A guide is published for parents to teach their children how to combat misinformation

This document offers tips and activities to help families fight misinformation and nurture critical thinking skills amidst the challenges of the digital era

The role of emotions in the impact of misinformation
The role of emotions in the impact of misinformation

An analysis by DoCHECK! revealed that the influence of misinformation is particularly pronounced among young people when the topics directly affect their daily lives

Challenges and solutions in the fight against misinformation
Challenges and solutions in the fight against misinformation

Members of DoCHECK! conducted a field study based on focus groups to analyze the level of knowledge among young people, teachers, and parents regarding the misinformation to which adolescents are exposed

Media literacy in schools: an unfinished task
Media literacy in schools: an unfinished task

The DoCHECK! study highlights the urgent need to strengthen media literacy to help young people detect misinformation