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How to Evaluate Credible News
How False News Can Spread (Video)
Fact Checking Sites
Provides multiple viewpoints on a variety of news stories.
A product of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this site is terrific for checking up on political claims. Also includes SciCheck.
Similar to Snopes, but focuses on email hoaxes, identity theft scams and spam.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning site researches the claims of politicians and checks their accuracy.
One of the oldest debunking sites on the Internet, Snopes.com focuses on urban legends, news stories and memes.
Reverse Image Searching
Search using an image works best when the image is likely to show up in other places on the web. This will help you to verify the credibility of a source.
Thank you to Niagara University Library for allowing us to use content from their Fake News Libguide.
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