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Newspaper Guide: Fake News

Fake News

“ “Fake” news is a real problem and here are some great tips to evaluate what you’re reading!
(Keep in mind though, that much “news” is also based in some fact, but often tilted to represent a bias or ideological slant. In general, watch...

News Literacy

Since more and more people use social media to find news, Emilia Marcyk, Information Literacy Librarian at MSU, has created a two-minute video on spotting misleading or fake news.

New York Times Launches New Ad Campaign


“How many legs does a dog have if you call his tail a leg?  Four.  Saying that a tail is a leg doesn’t make it a leg.” — Abraham Lincoln 

CQ Researcher Launches Fake News Checklist

Fact or Fiction? : Distinguishing Fake News from Real News.  A guide for students and teachers from CQ Researcher.

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