The Guardian Workshop
On July 6th, a group of 24 students went to The Guardian offices in London for workshops on 'Fake News and the Future of News'. Students worked in teams to put together and present short talks on misinformation and disinformation in the news. They also worked on creating inventions on what news could look like in 2030. Students created hologram watches, contact lenses, news screens and even a chip that can be implanted into your brain to read the news called 'Zeelon Dusk'! Thank you to the The Guardian Foundation for hosting us. The students learned a lot about how the newspaper is produced and we had interesting discussions on the impact of advertising in news publications.