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Ponder the future of AI and lifelong learning

August 15, 2023 — 
“AI is evolving much faster than we can anticipate. It is necessary to be aware and identify the opportunities and challenges, and how we will appropriately respond.” - Rod Lastra

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Consider the future of AI and how to work with it

July 10, 2023 — 
This fall, learn about AI and lifelong learning at a series of free webinars offered by UM Extended Education, and understand the possibilities with a micro-certificate to be offered early next year.

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Students celebrate graduation

June 15, 2023 — 
“I would say my goal was not to have As. My instructors were amazed and amused. They were vastly experienced. I focused on gaining experience and connections. I would have liked to have done even more teamwork, presentations, practical things.” - Mefua Jemima Lere-Adams.

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Graduates celebrate at Access Program Graduation 2022-2023

May 23, 2023 — 
“Access provides the support you need, no matter your age. Once you jump over fear, the sky is the limit. For me, it means so much to celebrate with my community that supported me throughout.” - Rachel Simpson

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Global News: University of Manitoba holding course on media literacy, indentifying misinformation

May 1, 2023 — 
"This course is for everyone." - Cecil Rosner

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The Manitoban: U of M introduces media literacy program

April 12, 2023 — 
“Everybody depends on media for understanding what’s going on in the world, so you have to be able to properly read the messages that come at you, whether it’s in media stories or on social media.” - Cecil Rosner

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Jewish Post and News: Cecil Rosner to teach new course on media literacy

April 4, 2023 — 
"It’s designed to help people decode news media, spot disinformation, and it teaches techniques of investigative journalism so people can find information on their own. " - Cecil Rosner

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CBC: New program at the University of Manitoba teaches media literacy

March 30, 2023 — 
“Things journalists think about… ordinary people can be given the tools to verify information.” - Cecil Rosner

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Winnipeg Free Press: U of M program puts media literacy in spotlight

March 29, 2023 — 
“In one way or another, everybody consumes media. Therefore, I think it’s important everybody understands how to read it." - Cecil Rosner

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Fake news filter: UM Extended Education to offer Media Literacy program

March 29, 2023 — 
If you’ve ever wondered how to sort fact from fiction from everything you see online, hear in conversations, and in the media, there is now a program to help.

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