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Panelist Recommended Resources

  • School for Skeptics
    In the internet age, literacy means distinguishing between fact and fiction

  • Smart Girls Understand: How to Be a Savvy News Consumer

  • The Road to Better National Journalism Starts in Small Towns
    The media would be better off with more journalists working outside the major cities

  • The Danger of Fake News to Our Election

  • How to Spot Fake News

  • The Future of Fact-Checking: Moving ahead in political accountability journalism

  • Project Information Literacy Releases "How Students Engage with News" research Report

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