We clear up questions about the coronavirus and returning to school.
BBC newsreader Tina Daheley looks at how to check what can and can’t be believed.
Vick Hope gives the lowdown on different types of fake news and how they affect us.
Vick Hope finds out how fake news plays on our emotions and why we should pause before we share.
Nihal Arthanayake looks at some simple steps which will help separate real news from false news.
BBC journalist Tina Daheley explains how she checks the facts when reporting on the latest news.
Take a look inside the newsroom and see what it takes to be a trusted journalist and a reliable news source.
Sometimes we only look for news & stories that confirm our beliefs, rather than challenge them.
Find out how fake news can often be spread more easily in a filtered social media feed.
BBC My World presenter Radzi Chinyanganya dives into the scary world of deepfake technology.
A useful list of words and phrases to know when it comes to spotting fake news.
You've probably read a lot of things about the coronavirus online, but not everything you have seen is true.
Looking at why fake news stories linking coronavirus to 5G have spread so fast, and why these stories are false.
Fact-checking social media posts about the protests in the US.
The term 'fake news' might be quite new, but examples of it can be found throughout history.
Famous faces share their experiences of fake news to show the harm it can cause.
Vernon Kay finds out how parents can give their children the confidence to work out what’s real and what's not.
Sign up a school, college or youth group to Young Reporter for access to virtual workshops around fake news.
Find out how to spot fake news online and which sources to trust with BBC My World.