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Programme: NetworkED: Technology in Education
Course: The Literacy challenge of the digital age - Carl Miller
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The Internet is now the greatest source of information and misinformation for people living in the UK. At our fingertips lies both trustworthy journalism and selective half-truths, both niche expertise and general nonsense. This is asphyxiating as well as liberating. Too many people are unable to find the information they need, or trust the first thing they do. In this talk, Carl Miller, the Research Director for the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at Demos proposes the skill of ‘digital fluency’ as the key to how we all must react.

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If people external to LSE would like to attend in person, they should contact j.secker@lse.ac.uk. 
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