I talk about how everyone can help stop the spread of misinformation on social media and ask experts how they would stop the lies
What are Good Sources
In this episode, I will be discussing how you can differentiate between good sources and bad ones. I will be giving you tips and tricks on how to gain reliable information as well as how to stay away from unreliable information.
Discussing Misinformation and Social Media with Megan Neri
I will be discussing my conversation with Megan Neri the Director of Communications for the Lee School of Business at UNLV. She gives us advice on how we can stay away from misinformation as well as how we can get information from other sources. She tells us how you as an individual can help stop misinformation on social media as well as how to tell the difference between a fact and an opinion.
Measuring Peer Pressure Through Experiments
In this episode, we will be discussing the Asch Contingency Experiment as well as a variation of it that better measures the spread of misinformation online. We will discuss how the experiments were conducted as well as the results and how it connects to the real world. You can always see more and answer the question posed in this podcast at www.stoppingmisinformation.com.
Discussing Misinformation and Social Media With Katy Griffin
I will be discussing my conversation with Katy Griffin the Social Media Strategist at UNLV. She gives us advice on how we can stay away from misinformation as well as how we can learn to form our own opinions. She tells us how she would combat misinformation as well as how you can help stop misinformation spread.
Stop Spreading Misinformation (Trailer)