|Subject Specific eResources
.Some red flags to be aware of...
There are several sources to fact-check claims:
|Types of Fake News
Satire or Parody - no intention to cause harm but the potential to fool someone
Misleading Content - misleading use of information to frame an issue, person or group
Imposter Content - when genuine sources are impersonated
Fabricated Content - content is completely false and the intention is to deceive or cause harm
False Connection - when headlines, visuals or captions do not support content
False Context - when genuine content is shared with false contextual information
Manipulated Content - when genuine information or imagery is manipulated to deceive
|What is Fake News?
Fake news is "a work of fiction that is presented as a factual news story, often with the intent of deceiving the reader into believing it is factual and enticing them to share it."
Think you can tell the difference between fake news and real news...test your skills, take the quiz.
|Sample of CCC Library eBooks
|Sample of CCC Library Books