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ENGL 101 - English Composition I - Nowik
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ENGL 101 - English Composition I - Nowik: Fake News
HACC's Fake News LibGuide
Video Source Evaluation
1. Coal Mining's Environmental Impact
2. America's Power
3. Pros & Cons of Coal
Twitter Source Evaluation
4. Giffords@Giffords Courage
5. Mason D. Simpson
6. Anti-Gun Politicians
7. Denmark's Minimum Wage
8. Effects of Minimum Wage Increase
9. Pro/Con Minimum Wage Increase
Test Your Fake News Recognition Skills
Online Source Evaluation Activity
Fact Checking Sources Websites
AllSides provides multiple views of the same story from varying sides: left, middle, and right. This offers readers a more informed perspective on the subject.
AP Fact Check
The Associated Press investigates the factual basis of current news stories and presents findings here.
This project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center focuses on clarifying political claims.
Media Bias/Fact Check
The goal of Media Bias/Fact Check is to educate the public on bias in the media and deceptive news practices.
Open Secrets, a nonpartisan, independent, nonprofit run by the Center for Responsive Politics, focuses on tracking the money in politics.
A fact-checking website that looks into claims made by politicians.
This website investigates stories on a variety of topics to identify the level of accuracy.
Nov 23, 2020 11:02 AM
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