Now, more than ever, there is a needed skill for identifying and fact-checking news. Librarians have rushed to fill that void creating numerous LibGuides showcasing the dangers of clickbait, the importance of research, and teaching literacy skills showing users how to identify and avoid fake news.
To that end, we’re showcasing all the amazing LibGuides you’re creating to educate your users on the importance of evaluating news resources.
Because, as Loyola Marymount University Library highlights, “Fake News can have Real World Consequences”.
Have a LibGuide You Want To Share?
If you have a Fake News or Information Literacy LibGuide you want us to highlight – drop us a line at email@example.com.
Heading to ALA Annual, Chicago?
Stop by our booth #1647 and pick up your LibGuides: Fighting Fake News Since 2007 button. These are in short-supply, so be sure to pick them up before they’re going, going, gone.
Make Your Fake News LibGuide…Community Findable
To help make your LibGuide more findable, tag it with ‘Fake News’. Then, on community.libguides.com, filter search results by the ‘Fake News’ tag. This will help retrieve the most relevant results.