Doing Journalism during an Infodemic: new course for journalists in Ukraine and Moldova

Doing Journalism during an Infodemic: new course for journalists in Ukraine and Moldova

May 20, 2021

The ‘Transitions’ (TOL), one of Central Europe’s leading journalism educators, launches with EU support a new e-learning course ‘Doing Journalism during an Infodemic: Crash Course Package’.

The course consists of three separate interactive classes, which can be completed in 30 minutes. The covered topics include reporting on science when you’re not a scientist, methods for debunking myths and hoaxes, and fact-checking techniques.

These free courses are currently available in Romanian and Ukrainian.

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Detailed information in Romanian and Ukrainian.



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