EDMO regularly provides one day residential or online training modules on understanding and tackling online disinformation. EDMO’s multi-and cross-disciplinary training approach is aimed at responding to the most pressing training needs and recent trends in the disinformation field and fact-checking practices.
EDMO aims to adapt its training offer to the constantly changing nature of the disinformation phenomenon and to respond to the training needs of various actors in the information and media field, combining academic knowledge with hands-on and solutions-oriented modules.
Upcoming EDMO Trainings
September 2022

7-8-9 September: Understanding and handling disinformation for practitioners focusing on Africa

October 2022

5 October: InVID/WeVerify toolbox for fact-checkers

19-20-21 October: Understanding and handling disinformation for practitioners focusing on Africa (2nd edition)

27 October: Nurturing Trust by evaluating impact: Why understanding what works in MIL interventions is essential

December 2022

6 December: EDMO training series on conducting empirical research on online disinformation – Session 1: Academic & Research Partnerships at Meta: Products and datasets to support independent academic research

8-9 December: EDMO 2nd Training Event – Hands-on training on EDMO’s collaborative platform

15 December: Understanding disinformation techniques and open-source intelligence

Coming soon

Historical approaches to disinformation and the revival of conspiracy theories

EU policy on online disinformation and the Strengthened code of practice on online disinformation

News literacy and tools to equip journalists to improve audience critical thinking skills

Disinformation economics

EDMO training series for researchers

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In order to help identify the most relevant topics for the different training sessions, EDMO will conduct online surveys for stakeholders working on tackling online disinformation. Surveys will be launched on the EDMO Webpage every six months.
Take our online survey to help identify the most relevant topics for future training modules. The survey will be open until 15 November 2022.