Presentations & Lectures
Navigating Information Fatigue: 3-Part Series
NOTE: This event is sold out. Please email Jessica Bayless (email@example.com) for a link to the on-demand recorded webinars, which will be available the following day they take place.
The COVID-19 pandemic has further increased our reliance on social media and the Internet for information. This development, combined with underlying political partisanship, has created a breeding ground for disinformation, conspiracy theories, and information overload. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has long provided resources for the best-quality information in the service of the public in Pittsburgh and beyond.
This 3-part program teaches strategies to navigate the flood of information and deception to help make better decisions with better information—about COVID-19 or any decision we face in our complicated lives.
- August 17th: Making Good Arguments
- August 24th: Conspiracies!
- August 31st: Scams and Hoaxes
Presenter: Calum Matheson, PhD – Assistant Professor of Public Deliberation and Civic Life and Director of Debate (University of Pittsburgh). To learn more about Calum’s work, click here.
Registration is required to access this virtual series and can be done using the Eventbrite link (you only need to register once to attend all three sessions).