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Fact Checking Web Sites: Home

A Guide to Online Sites that Provide Information to Fact Check Claims, Sources, and Stories

Fact Checking

Your brain needs good information just like your lungs need good air: bad air is bad for your lungs; bad information is bad not only for you but also for society. Evaluating information has always been part of a sound research method. It is more important today because the amount of bad information has increased and the rate at which information spreads is increasing.

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Author and Update Information

Ron Foster, Hinkle Memorial Library, Room 122. This page was updated on September 8th, 2022.