Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc
Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc

How to read and understand the news

For beginners • 90 min

How do journalists work and why are the media important for democracy?

  • How is news made?
  • Which news is worth publishing?
  • How do we respond to the news?
  • What is the role of the media in democratic societies?
Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc

How to identify fake news

For beginners • 90 min

Why is it important to identify fake news and prevent its spread?

  • How do we identify fake news and other deceptions?
  • Why does fake news spread so easily?
  • Why do we fall for them?
Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc

Journalism classroom

For beginners • 90 min

How can your classroom become an editorial office?

  • How to strengthen students’ journalistic skills?
  • How to encourage critical thinking about the news?
  • How to produce credible news?
  • How is news structured?
  • What is the language in the news?
Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc

Journalism, media and artificial intelligence

For beginners • 90 min

How to identify content that was created with artificial intelligence?

  • How is artificial intelligence changing the media landscape?
  • How do its creators manipulate emotions?
  • What pitfalls does AI set?
Ilustracija: Urška Stropnik Šonc

Tools for identifying fake news

For beginners • 45 min

What tools are available to identify this type of content?

  • videos
  • leaflets
  • posters
  • manual
  • computer games

What do our Webinars offer?

Five Webinars

Our webinars answer relevant questions related to the rapid development of media, social networks and artificial intelligence.

Video content

All webinars are complemented video content that is also suitable for use in the classroom setting.

Today's media challenges

Our webinars help build on your knowledge of today’s media challenges.

What are our users saying?

I was pleasantly surprised the content!

“It’s been a long time since I got so many ideas for my work at any training. … I have to say that I was skeptical that anyone would want to pay 50 euros for access, but after reviewing the portal, I changed my mind … I wish that the new curriculum for Slovenian language included media literacy objectives and provide enough time for project-based journalism work in the classroom.”

Tamara Završnik, OŠ Ljudski vrt Ptuj

Price list

Year-round access to all Webinars

50 EUR

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  • On your own schedule
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