As an expansion of The Bradford’s flow chart guide in the print edition, we’ve compiled a digital guide to help readers delve deeper into understanding which sources are trustworthy.
Want a longer fake news detection checklist?
- NPR’s “Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts”
- Facebook’s own “Tips to Spot Fake News”
- The News Literacy Project’s “Ten Questions for Fake News Detection” (Explore The News Literacy Project for more information and discussion of fake news and trustworthy sources)
What is a Post-Truth and why is it 2016’s word of the year?
- The Oxford English Dictionary explains why
Curious to learn more about the Stanford study discussing news vs. opinions differentiation?
How to find an unbiased source for news?
- Here’s a breakdown of which ideological groups find which sources unbiased
Still curious for more?
- Our advisor, Ms. Amanda Brown, unpacks the issue of learning how to navigate what is true and what is false in a comprehensive New York Times lesson plan
- The internet is exploding with tips, guides, and discussions of Fake News. A Google search will open up a world of analysis and conversation surrounding this issue– just remember to vet what you’re reading.