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Fake News

Fake News is a growing concern. This Research Guide has been formulated to help you understand and identify Fake News in order to be a better informed citizen.

About the Fake News Guide

The internet can be a treasure trove of information. But, unfortunately, there are pitfalls. In many cases, the information you find might not be correct or could be biased. Here are some tips that will help you evaluate sources of information. After reading this graphic, check out the Library and Center for Academic Enhancement's video on "How to Spot Fake News."

Source: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. (2017). How to spot fake news. Retrieved from

How to Spot Fake News

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