Answered By: Sarah J. Hammill
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2024     Views: 19

Yes, we do!

It is called "Fundamentals of Information Literacy". Take the course and gain street cred!

Get equipped with the knowledge and abilities essential for navigating the intricate world of information in today's digital age. In this era, information is readily available at your fingertips; however, the capacity to access information does not necessarily translate to evaluating and using it effectively. Take this course so you don't fall fall prey to misinformation, such as fake news, propaganda, or biased sources.

Completing this micro-credential enhances your resume and personal and professional development, highlighting your dedication to lifelong learning and information literacy. Importantly, the skills gained have real-world applications across various industries, including media, research, healthcare, and education. 

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