Lisa Hinz, an Extension Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension specializing in Leadership and Civic Engagement will be presenting the third webinar in the Media Landscapes series, Critical Thinking and Evaluating Information. Lisa works with public and community-minded individuals and organizations, providing workshops on leadership, facilitation, and public participation. Her expertise includes personal leadership styles, team building, using strengths and assets to strengthen community, and effective group and community involvement processes. Helping people build their skills and insights for working together more effectively is her focus.
Her session will take a look at how we can strengthen our skills to separate truth and fact from misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information, considering the staggering amount of information being created and shared today. She will also touch on how we can grow our ability to make decisions based on the most accurate and trusted sources we have at the time. Please join this session to gain ideas and practices to improve information literacy skills for yourself and your patrons.
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
1:00 - 2:00 PM CST
For more information on the Media Landscapes campaign please visit Level Up! If you're interested in presenting as part of the Media Landscapes campaign we welcome you to submit a session proposal by completing the Call for Proposals form.