Information Neighborhood Navigator
Information Neighborhood Navigator

11 learners earned this badge

There are 7 different categories of information. The News Literacy Project calls them information neighborhoods. Knowing which neighborhood a piece of information goes into -- and its primary purpose -- is an important news literacy skill. Check out this video to learn more --> http://thenewsliteracyproject.org/sites/default/files/swf/CCOL_Media/Info_Neighborhood_Part2/NLP_CCOL_Info__Neighborhoods_Part2.htm


The News Literacy Project | NLP Chicago office


Badge Type: knowledge

Expected Duration: 30 minutes


  1. [required] Complete the video.
  • Tech-Savvy Teen

    Participate in The Anti-Cruelty Society After School Program, and complete a final project using a technology-based platform such as Prezi, Power Point, or a video editing software. Earn Service Learning Credits, interact with animals, and learn how you can enact positive change in your community. This program runs every fall and spring, and meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-7pm over the course of ten weeks.

  • Humane at Heart

    Participate in one of many Humane Education presentations taught by Specialists. These programs are offered for classes or groups at The Anti-Cruelty Society, in a school, or in community-based organizations. Go to http://bit.ly/17gOWq5 for available topics.

  • Awesome Ambassador

    Develop your public speaking skills by acting as ambassador for The Anti-Cruelty Society! Address 5 or more audiences about digital badging opportunities.

  • Civic Expert

    Created this badge for young people to understand the power structures around an issue and who has ability to impact the issue. At start of summer, young person is introduced to badge system and meets with program facilitator to select the badge achievement goals they wish to work towards during the summer. The young person is expected to collect evidence throughout the summer. The young person also meet with the program facilitator throughout the summer to discuss their progress towards achieving their personal goals. At the end of the summer, the young person must make a case to both the program facilitator and their peers for why they deserve the badge based on the evidence they have collected. Ultimately, the program facilitator determines if the criteria has been met based on the youth’s presentation and support from peers.