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Fact Checking & Media Literacy: Fact Checking Resources




 

 

It's always important to verify the information you see and read on the internet is factually correct, especially if you're planning to share information on social media.  Use this guide to help you become an expert fact checker.  Learn to quickly check the content of memes, news articles, blog posts, and other sources to make sure the information presented is accurate.

Regina Fitzpatrick

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Regina Fitzpatrick
Contact:
New Jersey State Library
185 W. State Street
P.O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625-0520
609-278-2640 x162
Subjects:Genealogy

Heather Husted

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Heather Husted
Contact:
185 West State Street
P. O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625-0520
(609) 278-2640 x118
Website

API Fact Checking Resources

Critically Analyzing Information Sources

FactCheck.org

The Fact Checker's Guide to Fake News

Politifact 7 Steps to Better Fact Checking

Snopes.com

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