How to use network analysis to explore social media and disinformation
Network visualizations look impressive but first and foremost they are great tools for exploration. Here's a basic introduction on how to use to get started.
George Floyd protests: Resources for online newsgathering, verification, protecting sources and colleagues
How to use social media to report on the protests over police brutality and structural racism sweeping the world.
Verifying online information: The absolute essentials
The second in a new series of guides from First Draft looks at the tools, tips and techniques for figuring out if online materials is what it purports to be.
Information Disorder: The Definitional Toolbox
Definitions matter. These tools will give you the words you need to talk about information disorder.
New guide helps journalists, researchers investigate misinformation, memes and trolling
The field guide's series of visual "recipes" focuses on capturing how digital platforms shape misleading information
Pro tips for setting up an efficient verification workstation
Eoghan Sweeney spoke to verification specialists about how they've fine-tuned their workstations
Monitoring social media for misinformation, part two
How to sift through misinformation to make a difference by using our monitoring techniques established for our UK-election and Electionland projects
Could the Map make Snapchat a useful newsgathering tool?
The release of the Snap Map and its activity during the G20 protests, has renewed interest in the platform as a reporting tool
How to begin to monitor social media for misinformation
Here are tactics and tools to help make the task of monitoring social media more manageable for journalists.