By May 12, 2016Operations

We consume news everyday, sometimes without even realising that we’re doing it. With more and more news sites online, we now have the world’s news at our fingertips. Our friends and family can share a news update on Facebook and Twitter and suddenly news that you wouldn’t generally see is filtered throughout our social networks.

In Operation 7: News we explore how you consume news through four missions.

Mission 1: Sources – asks where and how you consume news, in a survey.
Mission 2: Sketching – asks you to get creative and show us how you feel about your right to information.
Mission 3: Compare – asks you to complete a survey on the comparison between online news and other forms of news.
Mission 4: Reflection – asks you about the way people are portrayed on the internet and how it affects you.

What do you classify as news and how do you consume it?


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