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Think Like a Fact-Checker - Recognizing Fake News: Helpful Online Resources

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Fake News

A lot of us get our news when scrolling through Facebook, Twitter, or whatever social media platform you prefer. That's not a bad thing, but you've probably heard about the problem of fake news on social media.

On every social media platform there will be a spectrum of users and the quality of the information they post will vary dramatically.

Visit the Trust Project, The News Literacy Project, the Verification Handbook, this Fake News LibGuide, and The Center for News Literacy for more information on how to recognize fake news.