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Courses & Toolkits For Journalists

Explore the toolkits, learning opportunities and resources below to navigate the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic, including COVID-19 vaccine development and the pandemic’s impact on immunization programs.

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CORONAVIRUS VACCINE TRACKER

This resource from The New York Times outlines the process to make, test, and distribute a vaccine for COVID-19, and includes information on the different vaccine candidates currently being developed.

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Covering the Coronavirus Infodemic

This webinar series and training content, developed by First Draft, is designed to help journalists understand and manage the coronavirus infodemic.

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HOW TO SPOT COVID-19 CONSPIRACY THEORIES

This report from the World Federation of Science Journalists offers ways to identify conspiracy theories related to COVID-19.

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TAKE INTERNEWS’ "LET'S TALK VACCINES" FREE COURSE FOR JOURNALISTS

A free, interactive course to help journalists translate the language of vaccine science and the promise of vaccine access into compelling human stories.

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TIPS AND TOOLS FOR REPORTING ON COVID-19

A collection of resources and tools compiled by Knight Science Journalism at MIT to help reporters find clear, accurate information about the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WORLD FEDERATION OF SCIENCE JOURNALISTS COVID-19 BRIEFING GUIDELINES

A comprehensive guide providing reporters with basic information about COVID-19, science-based information from reliable sources, and news articles and analysis about trending issues related to the pandemic.

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UNICEF AGORA PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTING COURSE

This course is designed to help journalists to report effectively on public health, including on vaccines and immunization.

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COUNTERING ONLINE MISINFORMATION RESOURCE PACK

A collection of tools, reports, toolkits, and journal articles that can be utilized to counter misinformation around vaccines and immunization.

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