Watch the all the episode videos linked above and provide a short summary (around 5 sentences) and reflection
(around five sentences) on 6 of the numbered episodes (#1 -#10).
Your summary should cover the main points from each video, as well as their overall intent. Your
reflection should discuss how you engage with the material, what you already knew, what you've
learned, and/or how the information was presented.
You will be marked on your understanding of the material in your summaries, your ability to extrapolate
and expand on knowledge in your reflections, and your overall spelling and grammar.
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Introduction to Crash Course Navigating Digital Information #1:
Throughout the video, the host discusses the series' goal of helping audiences navigate the vast amount of online information available. The host stresses the importance of checking for fake information.
Reflection: Watching the video sets the tone and gives viewers an idea of what to expect from the entire series. Because I view a great deal of online content, it was a great reminder of the importance of evaluating material with skepticism and rational reasoning.
2. The Facts about Fact Checking: Crash Course Navigating Digital Information #2:
This video addresses the concept of fact validation and provides advice on how to evaluate the reliability of sources. The presenter emphasises the need of using many sources and, wherever feasible, double-checking original information.
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