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christina j. steffy 1h
Battling How misinformation affects the future of policy
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Paul Warner Jul 15
An excellent article on a very important topic. However, what Forbes fails to mention is the importance of promoting & protecting professional 21st century school who can teach , rather than cutting them from districts.
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Langston Hughes Memorial Library 19h
Success is the name of the game for the . The College Success Skills Center can teach you organizational strategies, information literacy skills, classroom success skills, & how to get academic support with helpful tutorials.
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ClimateHawk2 Jul 17
Replying to @sales_un @PTM_Online
NOTE... how the SOURCE CITATION is not present here. ;)
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ClimateHawk2 Jul 17
Replying to @BroknSuffragium
USGS is not in denial of climate change...THEY WROTE the 2018 National Climate Assessment Report. You can't both call USGS your credible source citation, as a citation to call USGS non-credible. The current year is also 2019...not 2007.
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ClimateHawk2 10h
Wacky JPG pictures...are not credible source citations. There is no vast global to "steal" your GHG air pollution, like the clickbait blogger told you. ;)
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Dr Kay Oddone Jul 22
Fantastic resources here for anyone teaching /
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Ginann Franklin Jul 16
So true! A Reminder That 'Fake News' Is An Information Literacy Problem - Not A Technology Problem via
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Richard Beaudry Jul 19
LinksPlus provides free access to book reviews. An author index is available to search for these thousands of titles.
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shazzyd Jul 22
An interesting development for in schools
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Terry Darr Jul 16
A common problem: Many Ts are reluctant to share the classroom w/librarians for information literacy instruction. Librarians can show Ss how to ethically leverage information for many purposes, not just for a research paper.
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El Moñoñongo, MPH Loading Jul 18
"Beneath the spread of all fake news, mis/disinformation, digital falsehoods and foreign influence lies society’s failure to teach . Society has prioritized speed over accuracy, sharing over reading, commenting over understanding."
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Portal: Libraries & the Academy Jul 18
Watch the newest installment in our portal: Behind the Scenes video series...an interview with Stefanie Bluemle, author of the winning 2019 portal Best Article Award:
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Mike Archer 🌻 ⏳ Jul 14
A Reminder That Is An Problem - Not A Technology Problem.
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ClimateHawk2 Jul 21
Clickbait...from non-credible twitter feeds. It is unacceptable and outrageous behavior to see a US President regurgitating this nonsense. Rubles paid indeed. >:(
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ClimateHawk2 Jul 17
Gosh...alllll those "scary" catalytic converters, coal scrubbers, fridges with Puron, new propellants, DDT bans, CFC bans. How about we just use credible sources instead of conspiracy theory twitter acounts with jpgs. ;)
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ClimateHawk2 Jul 17
On that...we are agreed. Chemistry and physics do not "talk" nor are they here to "play". We emit greenhouse gases and they build up = our planet will warm. E=MC2 Didja find that source citation yet, for your inaccurate claims above?
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Belinha De Abreu, PhD. 18h
Book 9 (Part 1 of 2) of : “Truth in Our Times: by David E. McCraw. This book was about media literacy education although he never says it. Highly recommend to folks. There were many good points.
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The Collective Jul 15
"Beneath the spread of...disinformation, digital falsehoods & foreign influence lies society’s failure to teach its citizenry : how to think critically about the deluge of info that confronts them in our modern age."✌️
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Rachel Carbonell Jul 16
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