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Post-Truth and Fake News: Start Here!

Post-Truth Tips

- Read, watch, and listen to information from multiple sources.

- Don't take opinion and commentary at face value. Question assumptions.

- Check your biases. Ask yourself why you feel the way you feel. 

- Be open to different and new perspectives. 

- You are entitled to your own opinions but not your own facts.

Don't Get Spun by Internet Rumors - FactCheck.org

How to spot bogus Internet claims. Source: FactCheck.org.

Post-Truth and Related Concepts: An Introduction

What is Post-Truth?

The term "post-truth" was the 2016 Word of the Year, as determined by Oxford Dictionaries. But what does "post-truth" mean? Watch this video to find out more:

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