Promo Kit

Help us get the word out about this important initiative!

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Sample Tweets

Follow what’s happening and tweet along using hashtag #MediaLitWk!

Nov 5 – 9 is Media Literacy Week: Fact or Fake. Follow @MediaSmarts and #MediaLitWk for more about this year’s programs!

Media Literacy Week is coming up Nov 5 – 9! Learn more at http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/ and @MediaSmarts. #MediaLitWk

It’s #MediaLitWk! Follow @MediaSmarts for more about this year’s theme – Fact or Fake: Help the World Stop Misinformation in Its Tracks.

This Media Literacy Week celebrates Fact or Fake: Help the World Stop Misinformation in Its Tracks! Learn more @MediaSmarts & #MediaLitWk.

How can you tell if something you see online is fact or fake? Share how you identify misinformation for this year’s Media Literacy Week! #MediaLitWk

Sample Facebook Posts

November 5 to 9, 2018 is Media Literacy Week! This year’s theme is Fact or Fake: Help the World Stop Misinformation in Its Tracks. The week will highlight the importance of verifying that online information is true, unbiased and relevant. Learn more at http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/ and follow along with #MediaLitWk!

It’s Media Literacy Week across Canada! MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation are encouraging young Canadians to stop misinformation in its tracs. Learn more about it at http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/ and follow along on Facebook and Twitter with #MediaLitWk!

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November 5 to 9, 2018 is Media Literacy Week! This year’s theme is Fact or Fake: Help the World Stop Misinformation in Its Tracks. The week will highlight the importance of verifying that online information is true, unbiased and relevant.

Visit http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/ and follow along with #MediaLitWk to learn more about events and programming across Canada!

Articles

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