News and sources: a recipe for taking on fake news
In the course of their week at the Historical Archive, students are presented with two different kinds of learning, cooperative learning and debate. Both involve being divided into groups, which are assigned topics. For example, based on the premise that one of our top managers is taking a trip to one of the countries where Eni is present, the students are asked to prepare a note with all the historical information concerning Eni's presence in the country.
The students are encouraged to find information through research tools, select it and edit it into a brief, direct form. To do this, it's essential to choose your source well, investigate it - not stopping at the title alone - and compare the information with that found in other sources.