Libraries Teach the Difference Between Real News & Fake News

It's happening all around the country. Librarians are teaching patrons and students how to detect "fake news".

In Seattle WA: From King5 News.

In Kenosha WI: From Kenosha WI News

At Fordham U, NY: Fordham University Libraries

In LaSalle, IL: La Salle Public Library

Do you know of other libraries informing their patrons how to spot "fake news"? Let us know in the comments.

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Two librarians at the University of Toronto developed a quick guide to spotting fake news and finding credible news sources in November which has received media coverage:

University Affairs Magazine: http://www.universityaffairs.ca/news/news-article/u-t-library-posts-guide-spotting-fake-news/

Metro Toronto newspaper: http://www.metronews.ca/news/toronto/2016/11/30/-uoft-librarians-develop-guide-to-help-you-s...

Breakfast Television (Toronto): http://www.bttoronto.ca/videos/how-to-spot-fake-news/

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