Content tagged MIL
Ordered by publication date from most to less recent.
(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2020
This year's Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week will be the first following its recognition as an official UNESCO event. Taking place online, it will focus both on the...
Event - 26 October 2020
- How To Spot Fake News at a Time of COVID-19
One of the key parts of the response to COVID-19 has been the fight against the ‘infodemic’ – the volume of misleading information spreading around the world. With their...
News - 16 April 2020
- How to Spot Fake News – COVID-19 Edition
With fighting misinformation around COVID-19 a key part of the overall response to the pandemic, libraries have the reputation and the skills to make an important contribution. IFLA has...
Publication - 16 April 2020
- CNN broadcasts How To Spot Fake News infographic
Earlier this year, IFLA published a blog post about fake news and alternative facts along with the infographic How To Spot Fake News, as part of Wikipedia’s #1lib1ref (One Librarian...
News - 1 March 2017
- UNESCO encourages Member States to implement IFLA policies on Information Literacy and Print Disabled People
The IFLA Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Recommendations and the Libraries Serving People with Print Disabilities (LPD) Manifesto were passed at the 37th UNESCO General Conference...
News - 9 December 2013
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, Advocacy, Disadvantaged persons, France, Information literacy, Library services to people with disabilities, Literacy, LPD, MIL, Services to the visually impaired, Information Literacy