The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the vital role political journalists play in holding those in power to account.
In his briefings, Trump stands exposed
The President should step back from the media spotlight in the COVID-19 crisis if he wants to step forward into a second term.
Education's new frontier
The next generation of school leaders will need certain key attributes to succeed in a radically reshaped world.
Will COVID stump Trump?
The US President's response to the pandemic has been dire, and he needs to realise there's more at stake for his country than his re-election in November.
Demystifying the curve
Epidemiological models may be complex, but they must be treated with respect.
Snapshot: The COVID-19 ripple effect
What long-term COVID-19 global ripple effects will we see?
Talking COVID with kids
It's important to have ongoing conversations with children and young people about the coronavirus situation.
Perfect storm: How fake news can be fatal
The spread of misinformation has striking parallels with the biological pandemic – and it, too, has cost lives.
Coronavirus and the cybercrime wave
Fear and curiosity is providing fertile ground for cyber criminals to conduct their “business”.
Series two: What Happens Next? podcast
Academic and commentator Dr Susan Carland is back, exploring a new range of issues on Monash podcast What Happens Next?
Episode 12: Fact or Fiction?
In this third episode on fake news, we've gathered all the very best practical tips and ideas from our experts to help you find your way through the news.
Episode 10: Ain't That The Truth
Could fake news destroy our democracy? Dr Susan Carland finds out in our first episode in series two of What Happens Next?
Episode 11: The Facts of the Matter
In this What Happens Next? podcast episode Susan chats to the experts exploring what we could do differently to improve the quality of information and media.
Episode 7: Far Right, All Wrong
The internet’s a great place to meet like-minded people… even for far-right extremists. Monash experts reflect on the implications for society if right wing extremism is allowed to grow unchecked.
Despite its high cost, many newsrooms have retained their investigative teams while cutting editors, photographers, artists and general reporting staff.
The ACCC Digital Platforms Report recommends several ways to revive journalism in the social media age, including A$50m in direct grants to local news services.
Social media platforms have an incentive to promote whatever gets the most attention, regardless of its authenticity, but we're more reluctant to admit that the same is true of people.
'New low' for journalism?
Lack of scrutiny of the Coalition, a barrage of criticism aimed at Labor; News Corp's coverage of the election campaign has been the definition of partisan.
Facebook: the troubled teen
The social media giant has turned 15, but its growing pains continue.
The fake news on public transport
Don't believe the hype when it comes to reports that driverless cars are the answer to our traffic problems.
Fighting back against fake news
We used game theory to show you only need a small amount of fake news to disrupt any group discussion. But we also found a way you can fight back.
Journalism's fight to keep it real
Further cuts to the ABC, suppression orders and anti-terror and surveillance laws are making it increasingly difficult for independent journalism to thrive.
Fake news and god's wrath: extreme hurricane politics in the US
In between all of the suffering in Texas and now in Florida, conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who broadcasts out of Palm Beach, Florida, had labelled Hurricane Irma a kind of fake news.
Lecturer, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
Director, Climate Change Communication Research Hub
Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Freelance journalist and author
Professor, Communications and Media Studies
PhD candidate, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts
Dr, Lecturer, Journalism Studies, Faculty of Arts
Director, Bachelor of Global Studies
Research Fellow, Software Systems and Cybersecurity, Faculty of IT
Lecturer in Leadership, Education
Lecturer, Globalisation Leadership and Policy, Faculty of Education
Associate Professor, Criminology and Director, Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre
Research Fellow, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, BehaviourWorks
Hean Tat Keh
Professor, Department of Marketing
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics
Professor, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies
Associate Professor, Law
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Assistant Lecturer, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
Professor, Transport Engineering
Associate Professor, Reader, Faculty of Information Technology