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Fake News Faculty Guide: Resources

Resources for use on libguides and in Blackboard/Moodle
"...research is not about finding evidence to support your opinions; it is about discovering your opinions by consulting data from multiple sources." 

Avashti, Smita.  "Fake News, Alternative Facts, and the Information Crisis". CCL Outlook.  http://cclccc.org/outlook/2017/02/fake-news-alternative-facts-and-the-information-crisis/.

Articles discussed in the library's Media Literacy PD sessions:

Evaluating Information: the Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning [Executive Summary] from Stanford History Education Group (SHEG)