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Filtering Fake News: Can You Spot Fake News?

This LibGuide serves as an aid to the workshop Filtering Fake News at Priddy Library.

Instructions

Below are links to several articles and websites that can be classified as credible or fake.

Try to use the CRAAP/SMART acronyms or the 5 W's in the Helpful Tools tab, or the IFLA guide and EasyBib infographic in the Resources tab to distinguish whether each source is credible or not. 

Question #4

Article: Vaccines and Autism: a new scientific review