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Fake News

Strategies for understanding and spotting misinformation.

The ability to evaluate information, including news, and to be able to tell true from false is a skill you'll use for the rest of your life. These skills are known as information literacy or digital literacy.

Fake news is news created either with inaccurate information or with the intent of misleading readers. It has highlighted the need to develop critical thinking skills

Being able to tell good from poor quality information is an important skill that is developed with practice.

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