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Fact Check Websites and Explanations
21st Century Skills: Practicing Online Civic Reasoning
In 2016 researchers from Stanford University published a study that found most teens couldn’t tell the difference between news sources and advertisements.
The Researchers conclude that skills like investigating a source’s creator and comparing information across multiple sources are essential practices for responsible digital citizenship.
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- What if you were really interested in a specific article, but you weren't sure if it was trustworthy. What would you do to decide if its information was reliable?
Understanding (Google) Search Results
Rhetorical Analysis of a Website