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NPR article by Wynne Davis, published December 5, 2016.Click here!
LibGuide from The Geier Library, Berkshire School, Sheffield, MassachusettsClick here!
Developed by the international federation of Library Associations with translations into at least 10 languages other than English.Click here!
Ohio University MPA, April 2020Click here!
The website is a bias rating resource, with multiple fake news checking apps and extensions integrating these ratings into their own systems.Click here!
FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.Click here!
If you are looking for a UK-based fact-checking website, Full Fact is considered a reliable source and is endorsed by MBFC.Click here!
Debunks email and social media hoaxes, thwarts Internet scammers, combats spam, and educates web users about email, social media, and Internet security issues.Click here!
Lead Stories is a lesser-known website that helps users fact-check information. The website debunks fake news across a variety of beats.Click here!
A fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others who speak up in American politics.Click here!
A project of the Tampa Bay Times and the Poynter Institute, dedicated to checking the accuracy of claims by pundits, columnists, bloggers, political analysts.Click here!
The snopes.com website was founded by David Mikkelson, who lives and works in the Los Angeles area.Click here!
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