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Fake News, Misleading Information, and Evaluating Sources: Resources

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Filter Bubbles

Filter Bubbles form when social media algorithms curate stories that agree with other stories we like. The effect can be polarizing and divisive.

See Tobias Rose-Stockwell's article "How We Broke Democracy" on Medium.

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How to Spot Fake News

What can I do to avoid fake news?

IFLA How To Spot Fake News

Known fake, parodic and misleading news sites

Examples of Fake News