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Universities in the Digital Age and Scientific Publishing

Later this year we will publish a trend report about European universities transformation into the digital age. In the story below follows some pioneering cases of using digital technologies and new pedagogies in higher education from other parts of the world to adapt to the digital society’s prerequisites. This also includes the importance of scientific publishing as the main source to fight one of the downsides of the developing society, the floods of fake news.… Continue reading

EU Regulations towards Social Media companies on Fake News on the way?

eLearningworld News The EU security commissioner, Julian King, thinks that the tech companies is moving too slow to fight fake news in the shadow of the Cambridge Analytical scandal. He said these businesses must come up with short-term, concrete plans, that have to be in place before the European Parliament elections 2019. The basic idea is that they should sign “a voluntary code of conduct to prevent the misuse of platforms to pump out misleading… Continue reading

The main Pathway for Fake News to go Viral, according to new research

eLearningworld Research News New research from Pew Research Center on individuals’ online news habits shows that the most common sources used are news websites (36%) and social media (35%) while search engines (20%) and email/text etc. from news organisations (15%) or family friends (7%) are less common. The research was performed over the course of one week and included 3827 US-citizen where 2078 finished the required number of surveys. The result also shows differences between… Continue reading