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Call for Applications: Online Course on Media Literacy

Dec 9, 2021

KosovaLive and IREX are currently implementing the Learn to Discern (L2D) – Kosovo project to address Kosovo’s media and information consumption challenges by equipping more than a 1,100 young adults with media and information literacy skills through development of Very Verified (VV), a massive open online course (MOOC) that focuses on critical and analytic thinking skills.

KosovaLive and IREX have developed a cadre of trainers, called Very Verified Facilitators (VVFs), who will be holding trainings throughout December and January through the VV course for a minimum of 20 students and young adults each.

You can learn more about the Very Verified Facilitators profiles through KosovaLive’s social media platforms and decide whose training are going to take part in.

Very Verified: Online Course on Media Literacy will help you evaluate the information flows in your daily life and equip you with skills you can use to recognize disinformation and propaganda.

Some of the benefits you gain by taking part on this training are: gaining knowledge and making informed decisions, personal growth, networking opportunity, sharpen you critical thinking skill and get a certificate.

Who can register: 16+ year olds
From: Anywhere in Kosovo (This opportunity is only for Kosovar-Born applicants who live in Kosovo)
Working Language: English

The selected applicants will be informed by the facilitator they choose in the form of application about all the details regarding the training.

Apply here:

L2D-Kosovo is funded by the U.S. Embassy in Pristina through the United States Department of State.




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