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Fact or Fiction Poster

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ALA Graphics

Item: 51801741

13 x 38
Year Published: 2017

Help users weed out fake news stories and promote critical thinking with this new poster identifying nine tips for evaluating information. With the proliferation of fake news today, these materials show ways users can examine social and news media more carefully to avoid hoaxes and misinformation.

Special thanks to author Joanna M. Burkhardt, professor and head librarian at the University of Rhode Island (URI) branch libraries in Providence and Narragansett.

Sku: 51801741
Vendor: ALA Graphics

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