Students from Queens’ James L. Knight School of Communication are collaborating with Google Fiber on service initiatives designed to strengthen digital literacy in the community.
On April 28, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Digital Inclusion Steering Team will host a community forum to bring together entrepreneurs and organizations to study new ways to incorporate digital literacy into already existing programs, as well as initiatives that promote entrepreneurship.
Economic experts discuss the impact of digital inclusion on economic mobility in an online forum at the James L. Knight School of Communication, Queens University of Charlotte.
An interview with the Charlotte-based editor of the Journal of Digital and Media Literacy.
Until social media and technology companies determine an approach, the websites Snopes, Fact Check, and PolitiFact can help news consumers protect against the spread of fake news.