Knowing how to find and use information properly, avoiding the dangers of misinformation, has become an increasingly necessary skill in a hyper-connected world. Not only for adequate professional development in all areas, but also to achieve a vision and interpretation of the reality in which we live. It is often said that information sets us free, since it allows us to choose, but the overabundance of alleged information that currently circulates at high speed through innumerable channels can also lead to the chaos of misinformation.
In this context, truthful, rigorous and useful information has become a precious asset that must be distinguished in the vast ocean of communication. Learning to find and differentiate this information, as well as to use it properly, is what this subject proposes through a participatory, reflective and practical methodology.