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NewsWise webinars

Find out more about our upcoming free CPD opportunities and book your place.

Upcoming in the spring term:
Our four-part webinar series will return - register your interest now to be the first to know when tickets are available!
rated webinars as excellent (78%) or good (22%)
[The webinars have] given me more confidence in teaching news in the classroom.
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Really interesting and informative with lots of great ideas that can easily be taken straight into the classroom.
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I cannot praise these webinars highly enough. They are just so full of really useful information and resources.
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Media literacy activities and resources for librarians
Thursday 15 December, 2.15-3pm
Information professionals play a crucial role supporting and developing young people’s media literacy skills in a variety of library settings. The Guardian Foundation’s NewsWise and Behind the Headlines have a range of fun and engaging activities and resources that can be used to support young people aged 7-18 in a variety of different contexts and environments.

In this special free training session for librarians we will share structured activities that you can adapt and replicate with families and young people as well as ready-to-go individual ideas and resources. Join us to gain inspiration and exclusive resources to use in your library.
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