Deep fakes, fake news, and misinformation in online teaching and learning technologies /

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Imprint:Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, [2021]
Description:1 online resource () : illustrations (some color).
Series:Advances in educational technologies and instructional design
Advances in educational technologies and instructional design.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Other authors / contributors:Blankenship, Rebecca J., 1972- editor.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on September 09, 2021).
Other form:Print version: Deep fakes, fake news, and misinformation in online teaching and learning technologies Hershey, Pennsylvania : Information Science Reference, [2021] 9781799864745
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Educational Responsibility in the Deepfake Era: A Primer for TPACK Reform
  • 2. Extended Reality (XR) Teaching in the Era of Deepfakes: A TPACK and LOU Primer for Filtering Deepfakes and Malinformation in Subject-Area Content
  • 3. The Never Ending Intellectual Theft of Truth: How the Mainstream Media Cartel Dismembers the Facts
  • 4. Fake News and Social Media Censorship: Examining the Librarian Role
  • 5. Teaching and Assessing Data Literacy for Adolescent Learners
  • 6. Deepfake and Digital Citizenship: A Long-Term Protection Method for Children and Youth
  • 7. Flattening the Curve of Fake News in the Epoch of Infodemic: An Epistemic Challenge
  • 8. Schrodinger's Deepfake: Multimodal Analysis to Combat Deepfakes
  • 9. A Novel Extended Ripple and Cyberbullies Data Detection (E- RACYBDD) Framework to Mitigate Deep Fake Attacks on Social Media