50 papers published, 119 interventions tested, but little consensus

In a new evidence review published today in Health Affairs, the IFL team finds that when researchers were testing the impact of COVID-19 misinformation interventions, they used significantly different examples of misinformation, assessed 47 different outcome measures, and only 18% of COVID-19 misinformation interventions measured public health outcomes, such as intent to vaccinate. 

IFL hosts “Data, Power & Pedagogy”

Data, Power & Pedagogy, a three-day workshop held for educators and researchers on September 27-29, made space to build teaching resources centered on data, surveillance, and targeted advertising. Most people do not understand how much of their data is collected...

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