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COVID-19 for the ONU Community
A resource for finding and evaluating reliable information regarding COVID-19.
Learn the skills that will make a dramatic difference in your ability to sort fact from fiction on the web (and everything in between). Created by
Mike Caulfield, a digital information literacy expert working at Washington State University Vancouver.
Lateral Reading is the best way to evaluate information, but it requires time and skill. It's the approach used by professional fact-checkers. The Stanford History Education Group provides curriculum for teaching the technique in classrooms, and provides an introduction to the concept in the video below.