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The New LO: How To Handle The Internet (Part 4)
The New LO: How To Handle The Internet (Part 3)
The New LO: How To Handle The Internet (Part 2)
The New LO: How To Handle The Internet (Part 1)
[SESOTHO] Episode 6 #KeepTheFactsGoing: Verifying fake videos (part 2)
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[SESOTHO] Episode 5 #KeepTheFactsGoing: Verifying fake videos (part 1)
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Mental health during a pandemic | #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

mental health

How to stay sane and take care of your mental health in the chaotic information environment of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Online safety | #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

safety

This episode explores ways to help users stay safe online, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Social media platforms| #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

platforms

We look at how social media platforms are fighting vaccine misinformation and what you can do about it to break the cycle of false information.

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Misinformation on social media | #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

health misinformation

In this episode, we show you how to identify and fight Covid-19 misinformation on social media.

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Misleading visuals | #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

visuals

How to examine misleading visuals, such as infographics or photos, and understanding how they can influence public understanding of Covid-19 and Covid-19 vaccines.

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Misleading claims | #KnowTheFactsGetTheVax

fact-check claims

In this episode, we show you how to examine the information you are reading and how to know which claims about Covid-19 are misleading.

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