We talk to two journalists about how to correct and confront family and friends who are spreading misinformation. Then, we talk to a communications professor about how to avoid conflict and awkward moments in online video conference calls.
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Most of us have been confronted with misinformation online, whether from relatives or casual acquaintances. We talk with a journalist and a professor from UW-Madison’s Election Integrity Project about the best way to confront disinformation online — and why it’s important to do.
Tips For Virtual Conflict Resolution
Meeting via Zoom, Google Meet and WebEx has become “the new normal.” We learn tips from communications researchers to help workers navigate the awkwardness and conflict online.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- L. Malik Anderson Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Kathleen Bartzen Culver Guest
- Howard Hardee Guest
- Jessica Kahlow Guest
- Sara McKinnon Guest
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