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Misinformation and news literacy: More info


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Dr. Melissa Zimdars has created a working list of fake news sites. Her list, False, Misleading, Clickbait -y and Satirical "News" sources, also has some good tips for analyzing news sources.

A guide on How to spot fake news, from Factcheck.org.

Understanding the fake news universe: a guide to fake news terminology, from mediamatters.org

University of Washington Library's Fake News guide breaks down the different types of fake news with examples, and lists questions to ask yourself if you are questioning whether something is real or fake. Or fake-ish.

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