On May 26th, the ERUM consortium met for the fourth transnational project meeting   Due to the current public health crisis, the meeting was held virtually, on Zoom. It was chaired by Judith, Alessandra and Johanna from the University of Vienna.

During this productive day, the project partners discussed already achieved milestones and about next important steps of the project. Internal management and dissemination strategies were addressed and the consortium briefly discussed the feedback on the second Multiplier Event that was implemented online on the 20th of May. Moving forward, the consortium discussed the progress and technical implementation of IO3 (Learning Material for Higher Education Students), which is led by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and will be finalised by May 2022. IO3 aims to produce learning material for higher education students to deepen their knowledge about mis/disinformation, equip them with critical thinking skills to improve their resilience to “fake news” and raise awareness about its impact on our society. Furthermore, in preparation of the next ISP the partner from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki informed the consortium about the organisation state of the summer programme; The consortium agreed on the dates and the implementation strategy of the programme and discussed each partner’s contribution.

The IO2 “Guidelines for evidence-based communication” and the survey results are now available via the link below: https://projects.uni-foundation.eu/erum/the-guidelines-for-evidence-based-communication-are-now-available/

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