✤ Free Webinar : The Role of News Literacy at the Entrepreneurial Journey. May 8, 2020 9:00 PM AMS Time.
" I am so excited to be hosting this webinar. News literacy is my passion. I believe we all need to have the skills to navigate Multimedia news consumption safely. Fake news is such a huge threat to our culture on the internet, by Eleni Gkiola ".
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✣ If you are interested in learning tips and tools for spotting fake news online and you identify as a business oriented mind then don’t think twice, this is for you.
In this webinar our guest speaker, Darragh Worland, News Literacy Project's Vice President for digital media and New York City Program Manager, will explain why fact checking and proper news consumption matters in business.
Fake news and misinformation in digital media has become one of the biggest threats for the fabric of our societies.
In an increasingly evolving news and information landscape is indispensable for business oriented individuals, to stay up to date.
This event is part of Coachability Foundation's mission to empower female entrepreneurs in the Netherlands and abroad.
Our host Eleni Gkiola, is a trained researcher in the field of Social Media and has worked as an OSINT specialist since 2009. Her intention is to assist the Foundation into growing in a sustainable way towards its end goal. She aligns herself with the values of the organisation and she is inspired by its noble cause.
Darragh Worland (Vice President for Digital Media @The News Literacy Project) and she is the News Literacy Project’s vice president of creative services.
She joined NLP in 2011 as the New York program coordinator and was soon promoted to program manager. In that position, she rapidly expanded the New York program.
A journalist and multimedia educator and consultant, Darragh has worked for several major news organizations, including six years as a writer, web producer and field producer at NY1 News, when it was a Time Warner-owned cable outlet that covers New York City. She then covered the financial crisis as a senior producer at MSN Money, shooting and producing video features for the web.
From 2007 to 2011, Darragh was an adjunct assistant professor at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, where she helped launch the Local East Village blog in partnership with The New York Times. In 2010, ABC News retained her to train its staff in digital video production as part of the organization’s move toward a “digital journalist” model.
I have been working as a researcher in the field of Social Media and as an OSINT specialist since 2009. My intention is to assist the Foundation into growing in a sustainable way towards its end goal. I align myself with the values of the organisation and I am inspired by its noble cause.
By supporting small-scale business projects of female entrepreneurs, opportunities such as integration into existing economic development structures and strategies against poverty are made possible. One of my aspirations is to reach out a bigger audience for Coachability Foundation’s work and projects.
By communicating efficiently the profiles of women entrepreneurs and their vision through new and traditional media outlets, the mentality in every level of hierarchy and background amongst all economically active stakeholders and researchers in Europe can change.
The News Literacy Project is a national education nonprofit offering nonpartisan, independent programs that teach students how to know what to trust in the digital age.
The Mission of The News Literacy Project. A nonpartisan national education nonprofit, empowers educators to teach students the skills they need to become smart, active consumers of news and information and engaged, informed participants in our democracy
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Register in advance for this webinar at this link There are limited spots available.
May 8, 2020 9:00 PM AMS Time.
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