Course Title: Hacking Democracy: How Digital Disinformation Targets and Influences Voters
Instructor: Joycelyn Tate, SAIS '05
Brought to you by Odyssey
November 01, 2023 - November 15, 2023 (3 Sessions)
Wednesday, 6 PM ET
Virtual via Zoom
COURSE DESCRIPTION: As the 2024 election cycle approaches, digital election disinformation (false information that is deliberately created and shared online) is becoming more creative at targeting and influencing voters. In this course, Joycelyn Tate teaches you how to recognize digital election disinformation and how and why it is created, distributed, and specifically targeted to voters. Joycelyn will also teach you how to protect yourself and your community against the dangers of digital election disinformation.
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