Become a Media Literacy Week Collaborator

Whether you want to host an event or simply help us promote Media Literacy Week, we want to add you to our growing list of over 70 Collaborators! Over the past 13 years, our Collaborators have promoted activities around digital literacy and put on a wide variety of events including film festivals, panel discussions, workshops and more.

Not sure what kind of activity to plan? Our free workshop Break the Fake: How to tell what’s true online will be available in September, and can be led by a facilitator or volunteer in your community: 

  • Participants learn four quick, simple steps to fact-check anything they see online in under 60 minutes
  • Suitable for adults and students from Grade Six and up
  • Includes presentation slides, a facilitator guide and script, poster and printable handouts

Not able to hold an event during Media Literacy Week? You can still be a Collaborator – simply join us online to #BreaktheFake and spread the word through your own networks and channels through #MediaLitWk, plus see below for other ways to take part! 
  


Ways to Collaborate:

Host or support an event

Involve your community by hosting an event, such as a workshop or panel discussion.

Create learning opportunities

Use our free workshop, lesson plan, activities and video coming in September in your programming throughout the week.

Launch a resource or program

Leverage Media Literacy Week and #MediaLitWk to make your project part of the conversation.

Participate online

Use the hashtags #MediaLitWk and #BreaktheFake, create content, join existing Twitter chats and livestreams or create your own interactive event.

Download the Collaborator Package.  

Contact us to let us know what you’re planning! Your activity will be added to the list of public events on our website and we’ll promote it on our social media channels.