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Tools and Strategies for Critically Evaluating Fake News

This workshop aims to equip participants with tools to recognize, avoid, and combat misinformation, including fake news, false news, media bias, and confirmation bias. It is important that students and scholars learn to differentiate between real news and fake news in both their day-to-day lives and their academic lives. With various resources and fact-checkers available online, it is easy to be overwhelmed or unsure about what is true anymore. Participants will learn strategies how to distinguish fake from fact!

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Related LibGuide: Evaluating Fake News by Beth Downey

Date:
Friday, January 18, 2019
Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Campus:
Mitchell Memorial Library
Categories:
  Distance Education     Front Page Workshop     How to Use Your Library     Online Workshop  

Event Organizer

Beth Downey