UK Online Media Literacy Strategy highlights challenges

The Media Literacy Strategy sets out the UK government’s multi-year plan to bring coordination to the media literacy landscape and outlines a Media Literacy Framework of best practice principles to inform the content and delivery of media literacy education. The areas covered by the framework are: data and privacy, online environment, information consumption, online consequences, and online engagement. They have also identified six main challenges that are going to be addressed, namely evaluation, funding, hard-to-reach audiences, vulnerable users, building audience resilience to disinformation, and coordination. Read the full strategy here.