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Wednesday, September 27

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    Podcast - NPR 1A - Has America Lost Its Mind?
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Fighting for the Facts: How to Tell What’s News and What’s Fiction
    Google Slides - Impact of Fake News on Teaching and Learning
    Presentation was given as part of a Fake News Panel on September 27, 2017 co-sponsored by the LWV Central Delaware County and AAUW Eastern Delaware County Branch.

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    the US Election)Election
    TED ED - How False News Can Spread (animation)
    TED ED - How to Choose Your News (animation)

    Podcast - Radio Boston Mass. Professor's List Of False, Misleading News Sites Goes Viral
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Fact or Friction
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Tuesday, September 26

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    10 Tips for Talking about News, Politics, and Current Events in Schools
    Some Multimedia Resources
    PBS NewsHour - How Media Literacy Can Help Students Discern Fake News
    TED Talk - How Fake News Does Real Harm
    TED Talk - The How (and Why) Russia Hacked the US Election)
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Monday, September 25

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    More Resources for Evaluating Fake News
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    Case Studies)
    Ten Questions for Fake News Detection (Digital Poster)

    Lesson Paths - Evaluating Fake News (Used in Internet for Educators Online Course)
    TED Ed Blog Posts
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    Evaluating Fake News
    As users of the internet and social media it is important to be aware of the validity and accuracy of online information and if it is appropriate for use and/or sharing in a classroom setting.
    This page contains resources to help the internet user determine if online information is accurate.
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    How to Recognize a Fake News Story Link (The Huffington Post)
    On the Media Podcast Fake News Edition Link
    The On the Media Breaking News Consumer’s Handbook: Fake News Edition website features Melissa Zimdars, assistant professor of communication and media at Merrimack College. Here is a link to the list of resources Melissa Zimdars compiled, tiled False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources and/or Link to Pdf Version
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    Resources for Evaluating Fake News and Images
    Fact Checker(Washington Post)
    Snopes(Snopes.com)
    Fact Check.org(Annenberg Public Policy Center)
    Tin Eye(Reverse Image Search)
    More Resources for Evaluating Fake News
    Digital Resource Center(Center for News Literacy)
    Newseum Ed (Lesson Plans, Artifacts, Case Studies)
    Lesson Paths - Evaluating Fake News (Used in Internet for Educators Online Course)
    TED Ed Blog Posts
    How to Tell Fake News from Real News
    Fact-checking 101
    10 Tips for Talking about News, Politics, and Current Events in Schools
    Some Multimedia Resources
    TED Talk - How Fake News Does Real Harm
    TED Talk - The How (and Why) Russia Hacked the US Election)
    Podcast - Radio Boston Mass. Professor's List Of False, Misleading News Sites Goes Viral
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Fact or Friction
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Some Real Talk on Fake News
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Has America Lost Its Mind?
    Podcast - NPR 1A - Fighting for the Facts: How to Tell What’s News and What’s Fiction

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