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FAKESPOTTING - Fake, Science and Knowledge

"Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici Umberto Eco" in collaboration with "Istituto di Studi Avanzati" will realise a full-day congress on the topic of fake, knowledge and online enunciation within the framework of the Erasmus+ KA2 project "Fakespotting".

👉 Thursday 27 May 2021, 9.30 - 18.30: Maurizio Ferraris, Stefano Bartezzaghi, Giovanni Matteucci, Andrea Barchiesi, Claudio Paolucci, Matteo Martelli , Lucia Raggetti, Dario Braga e Massimo Leone will join the event "FakeSpotting. Falso, scienza e conoscenza" on Teams, deepening and discussing truth, knowledge, fake, machines, post-truth, alchemies, fake news e much more.

The event is completely open and free, welcome and follow the link below:
 https://bit.ly/2S002wv

Have a look to the next events at Centro Internazionale Umberto Eco:
https://cue.unibo.it/it/lectures-e-seminari

👉 Download the poster for more information

Forthcoming Events

Over the next months the first versions of the 4 Outputs will be developed by the partnership.
The 2nd and 3rd transnational project meetings are set in Tirana (AL; July 2021) and in Tetovo (NMK; March 2022) providing flagship events to share the efforts among the partners and coordinate the work at European and local level.
A landmark 5-days training will be held in Seville (September 2022) in order to finalise the first version of the web-based learning and the assessment tool in order to let all the organisations involved implement the local pilots over the months ahead. The pilots will allow the project to reach external beneficiaries (HE teachers and students as well as unemployed low-skilled adults and adult educators) and test the innovative side of the outputs on the ground, improving the digital information literacy of the main target-groups and stakeholders.
Keep yourself updated on the next Fakespotting events !

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