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News Literacy: Resources


Marchi, R. (2012). With facebook, blogs, and fake news, teens reject journalistic "objectivity". Journal of Communication Inquiry, 36(3), 246-262. doi: 10.1177/0196859912458700

Martin, K. L. (2017). Physicians have fought against fake news for years. Medical Economics, 94(2), 4. Retrieved from

Pogue, D. (2017). How to stamp out fake news. Scientific America, 316(2), 24. Retrieved from 

Samuel, A. (2016). To fix fake news, look to yellow journalism. JSTOR Daily. Retrieved from 

Sydell, L. (2016). We tracked down a fake-news creator in the suburbs. Here's what we learned. All Tech Considered. Retrieved from

Wineburg, S., McGrew, S., Breakstone, J., and Ortega, T. (2016). Evaluating information: The cornerstone of civic online reasoning. Stanford Digital Repository. Retrieved from

Zimdars, M. (2017). Fighting fake. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 63(20), B16. 

News Literacy Presentation

Presentation slides from the presentation News Literacy: Evaluation and Use of News Sources in the Classroom by Kendra Auberry, Angie Neely-Sardon, Kate Piatchek, and Brett Williams in the Institute for Academic Excellence at Indian River State College on March 3, 2017.