Help! My News is Fake!
Did your mother call you to tell you that liberals hate science? Did your Facebook feed pop up with an article on a new pesticide that's going to kill us all? Did one of your friends breathlessly tell you that president Donald Trump was going to pardon mass shooter Dylann Roof? You might have heard any or all of these stories, but there's one thread connecting all of them: they're not true.
The ability to tell accurate news from fake news is an important skill that you'll use for the rest of your life. This Subject Guide will give you valuable insight in telling fact from fiction online, plus a chance to exercise your newfound skills.
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The original guide was created by KT Lowe at Indiana University East: http://iue.libguides.com/c.php?g=595482&p=4119773
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