Uses of Media Literacy to tackle disinformation: the multiple roles of different stakeholders
This OBS* Special Issue has been developed under IBERIFIER, Iberian Media Research and Fact-Checking, project funded by the EC under the European Digital Media Observatory initiative, CEF-TC-2020-2, grant number 2020-EU-IA-0252.
Charo Sádaba (PhD) is a full professor of advertising and marketing at the University of Navarra. Her research focuses on the impact of digitalization on children, teenagers, and young adults, and their behaviour, attitudes, and opinions towards technology, particularly in Spain and Latin American countries. She was part of the EU expert group on tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy through education and training.
Vitor Tomé (PhD) is a lecturer at Autonoma University of Lisbon (Communication Sciences), an integrated researcher at Iscte-University Institute of Lisbon (Media & AI Literacy), a Council of Europe's expert in Digital Citizenship Education, a teacher trainer (PT Ministry of Education), a trainer of trainers (CENJOR) and a journalist (CP1524). He was a member of the EU Expert Group on Tackling Disinformation through education and training.