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This infographic nicely summarizes an effective way to read a scholarly article. It is accompanied by a video, which is... see more

Engaging graphics, compelling examples, and easy-to-understand explanations make Choosing and Using Sources: A Guide to... see more

First Draft provides resources, research and training for reporting and sharing information that emerges online.

Improve your Google search skills with our Power Searching and Advanced Power Searching online courses. Learn tips and... see more

This chapter presents the most commonly discussed theoretical models of the search process: the standard model, the... 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

The editors of Copy(write): Intellectual Property in the Writing Classroom bring together stories, theories, and research... see more

To find what you're looking for, it may be necessary to tap into the invisible web, the sites that don't get indexed by... see more

This three-part online self-paced tutorial addresses intellectual property, visual literacy and using or creating with... see more

See issues and political news with news bias revealed. Non-partisan, crowd-sourced technology shows all sides so you can... see more

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

Google's free tool dataset tool enables users to search 25 million publicly available datasets. The search tool includes... see more

The Danish Think Tank for Libraries of the Future used a mixed research method to examine digital behavior in Denmark.

This website focuses on claims about the black community in public debate.

Canada's political fact-checker: Independent. Transparent. Non-partisan.

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

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

This classic book explains how statistics and data visualizations can be manipulated.

Key terms related to information searching and search models are defined. A historic context is provided to illustrate... see more

The IRE Educators’ Center provides a meeting place for journalism educators to share ideas, course materials and... see more

This academic library website lists articles about evaluating sources, and gives specific evaluation strategies for OERs,... see more

This library guide explains different types of sources (e.g., primary, secondary, tertiary, scholarly), and links to... see more

This library guide provides research assistance in locating articles, evaluating information, selecting a research topic,... see more

In 10 episodes, John Green will teach you how to navigate the internet! We’ve partnered with MediaWise, The Poynter... see more