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En esta presentación, hablamos sobre ls Fake News y su relevancia.

Fake news sites generally do not belong to simply one category but instead have a combination of the four. These are:... see more

This Library Guide provides tools and resouirces for identifying and combatting fake news.

This UNESCO handbook for journalism education and training addresses news industry transformations, trust, information... see more

This Library Guide provides resources to help students to identify "fake" news, bias, and propaganda, as well as good... see more

This is a PDF download. This fake news poster explains fake news: its consumption, discernment, and instructional... see more

The honest truth about fake news and now not to fall for it. This article includes a lesson plan and links to other... see more

This guide covers much of what you need to know about identifying and avoiding fake news. It explains what it is (and... see more

This library guide from the University of Washington provides several tools for identifying fake news and evaluating... see more

This LibGuide provides a variety of resources about media literacy and fake news: history, evaluation, teaching... see more

This blog article emphasizes the need to teach students critical media literacy skills.

This guide helps users investigate misleading and viral content, memes, and trolling practices online. Packed with data... see more

As recent politics have made abundantly clear, news might not be as true as it appears. At the same time, mass media play... see more

This activity can be used to help students identify fake news articles. The activity asks students to find three news... see more

This webinar discusses fake news in terms of media literacy, and addresses gender issues throughout the presentation.

This community college library guide lists sites to help students evaluate news sources, and suggests assignments on... see more

This web page is adapted from a blog from the News and Information Literacy Professional Learning Community on the... see more

This webpage from Journalist’s Resource has compiled studies that examine fake news and the spread of misinformation more... see more

News in Education Online works with newspapers to provide weekly classroom resources on news literacy.

The News Literacy Project works with educators and journalists to give students the skills they need to discern fact from... see more

This Channel 4 video shows three ways to factcheck fake news.

This web page addresses the issue of "fake news" and uses it as a springboard for talking about finding trustworthy... see more

Credder allows journalists and the public to review articles, measuring the credibility of every article, author, and... see more

This presentation addresses fake news and the more general news and media literacies. Strategies, toolkits and other... see more