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In a Meme Culture, How To Spark Critical Thinking About Images


Highlight Reel: Visual Literacy and the Movies


The Digital Lives of Tweens

Filtering, What Is It Good For?

Fake News or Free Speech: Is There a Right to be Misinformed? (Free webinar!)

YA A to Z: “Fake News” and Disinformation, a guest post by Diana Rodriguez Wallach

Negotiating Nuance

The Year in SLJ Covers | 2017

A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

13 Tips for Teaching News and Information Literacy

Seven Tips for Teaching News Literacy to Eight- to 12-Year-Olds

Supermoons Cause Tidal Waves—True or False? Our news literacy program challenges fourth graders to find out.

The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade | Opinion


Experts Share Insight, Tools to Help Students Fight Fake News

Teaching News Literacy? Check Your Own Bias, Says Librarian


What Today's Teens Have To Say About George Orwell's '1984'

"Information Literacy in the Age of Fake News" Kicks off SLJ ISTE Webcast Series


SLJ's News Literacy Pinterest Page

Faked Out | Editorial


The Smell Test: Educators can counter fake news with information literacy. Here's how.


Teaching Information Literacy Now


How to Teach Internet Research Skills

Teaching (and writing) with Wikipedia

Librarians React to 'Amelia Bedelia' Hoax


“Wikipedia Editors Object to University of Toronto Student Contributions”


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