Is this resource reliable 2.0

Today I’m presenting a session about fact checking and verification at the ACES national conference in Providence, Rhode Island.

The 2.0 means it’s a continuation of a session from 2018, which was checking reliability for standard online information. 2.0 looks at things like photos, video, tweets and user-generated content.

As part of my “save a tree” stand, I’m presenting the handout here digitally. So if you’re there, don’t bother writing down those URLs.

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