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Future me week
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25th January
11:00 to 12:00
5 You will earn 5 silver points for completing this activity.
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Media and Misinformation

25th January 11:00 to 12:00
This session will empower participants to navigate the dynamic digital landscape! Addressing the impact of misinformation on careers, this session will enable you to discern reliable sources, critically evaluate content, and enhance media literacy skills.
This activity is offered as part of Future Me Week - five days of exciting opportunities to develop your skills, deepen understanding, gain experience and take steps towards an exciting Future You.

This employability and wellbeing skills session will explore practical tips on how to evaluate information by analysing a news story. 

It will identify factors that might influence the way we interact with information to help us in the decision-making process.

We will discuss the importance of making informed media and information choices in our personal and professional lives. 

This session will ensure attendees feel confident and positive about encountering and using digital information in a challenging online world.

Associated Badges:

In A Nutshell...

  • Enable...yourself to enhance your media literacy skills!
  • Gain the form of five RISE points!
  • Upskill...your ability to critically evaluate online content!
  • Understand...the significance of making informed media and information choices!
  • Feel...confident and positive about using digital information in a challenging online world!
  • Earn up to 5 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • place 11:00 to 12:00 on 25/01/24 - Business School, Room 3.01, South Atrium.
    Media and Misinformation