“How to Spot Fake News” Poster and Podcast

To help promote the “Dynamics of News Reporting and Writing,” the folks at SAGE took some of my random thoughts on fake news, combined them with some smart thoughts from smarter folks and built a really nice graphic. Feel free to grab it here and post it wherever it might help you or your staff:


If you want a full “poster” version, feel free to hit me up and I’ll get them to send you one.

Also, the great folks at eduPUNX did an extra podcast this week where we talked about the concept of fake news, how it works and how we can fight back against it. This one is about 20 minutes, so it’s not as high of a level of commitment as the last one was.

3 thoughts on ““How to Spot Fake News” Poster and Podcast

  1. Leslie M Poston says:

    I’m a librarian and I would love to have one of these posters. Can’t seem to get it to print from this page though. Please help me get one!

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