How To Spot Fake News [infographic]

Critical thinking is a key skill in media and information literacy, and the mission of libraries is to educate and advocate its importance. Discussions about fake news has [sic] led to a new focus on media literacy more broadly, and the role of libraries and other education institutions in providing this. The International Federation of … Lire la suite de How To Spot Fake News [infographic]

Cyberviolence : agir et prévenir – une formation en ligne!

Développée par Relais-femmes, en collaboration avec le Bureau de consultation jeunesse, Elizabeth Harper et Sylvie Jochems (professeures à l’École de travail social de l’UQAM), la formation en ligne Cyberviolence : agir et prévenir s'adresse surtout aux intervenantEs des groupes jeunesse, des groupes de femmes et des organismes communautaires, travaillant auprès des jeunes de 14 à … Lire la suite de Cyberviolence : agir et prévenir – une formation en ligne!

« Gender must be central to the data protection conversation, not a side note »

Ana Brandusescu, Research & Policy Officer at the Web Foundation, writes in a post last month: Gender plays a significant role in the design and implementation of technology, online privacy, and data protection. In turn, how technology is deployed, how online privacy is protected, and how data is collected and used all impact women differently … Lire la suite de « Gender must be central to the data protection conversation, not a side note »

« Cybersecurity for Nonprofits – How secure is your organization? » – webinar February 20, 2018

What is cybersecurity? Does your organization have cybersecurity policies in place which staff know and understand? Do you know how to move forward to ensure you’re safeguarding critical data and complying with global privacy standards? Hear from cybersecurity experts and learn steps you can take to identify your risks and take action to help protect … Lire la suite de « Cybersecurity for Nonprofits – How secure is your organization? » – webinar February 20, 2018