This page is temporary. It was built by request of C1-C2 participants and will be merged into the newly designed section for educators which is now under construction.

Free online meme generators:


The fake news generator (with a small collection of examples)


TV news channel screenshot simulation/generator


Generate newspaper-style facsimile


Chrome browser extension: CrowdTangle Link Checker (check URL sharing)


Chrome browser extension: InVID (We Verify toolkit)


Another InVID information analysis dashboard based on weblyzard (see other weblyzard solutions)


Plagiarism checker


Photo location viewer (all EXIF data)


Internet Memes Database


TruthNest (Running analytics on Twitter accounts - bot-like/human-like)



Twitter (tweets, messages), FB (posts, chats), Instagram generators:


'Fake a baby' website (fake echography and more, for pranks):


AI generated faces:


Get an idea of media bias (“prototypical” news media):


Visualise the spread of claims (use 'Impeachment Poll: Majority Oppose Convicting, Removing Trump')


Interactive media bias chart


Comprehensive media bias collection


Fact-checkers - see De Facto website


An online simulation of disinformation (create and spread, gain influence)


Internet Archive (make an archive copy of an URL to be accessed even if the page content changes or disappears later)