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Media education opportunities should be more frequently available in schools to ensure young Australians meaningfully engage with news media. Shutterstock

Most young Australians can’t identify fake news online

A new survey reveals that while most young Australians get news from online sources, they lack the skills to distinguish fake news.
Readers should cast a more critical eye over information they use from the web, to make sure the knowledge built from it is trustworthy and accurate. Shutterstock

Three strategies to help students navigate dodgy online content

A report has discovered that while students born after 1980 have good digital skills, they need to think more critically about what they read online.
The message over the doorway to London’s Kirkaldy Testing Museum. But don’t be too quick to believe the facts and dismiss the opinions. Flickr/Kevo Thomson

Facts are not always more important than opinions: here’s why

When it comes to facts versus opinions, just remember that not all facts have been true, and not all opinions should be dismissed either.
Employers’ demand for critical thinking skills in new graduates has risen 158% in three years. from www.shutterstock.com

What is critical thinking? And do universities really teach it?

Being a good critical thinker is a desirable and highly-sought after trait for getting a job in today's economy. But are universities actually teaching this skill effectively?
Paper or tablet? Megan Trace

Do students lose depth in digital reading?

With the surge in e-books and digital devices, one concern has been whether students are learning as much. Research shows that some crucial elements of learning are indeed being lost.

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