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Prevent Misinformation Online

Ask the Three Questions

  1. Who is behind the information?
  2. What is the evidence?
  3. What do other sources say?

Read Upstream

Lateral reading is when you leave the site where you found a claim, do a keyword search for the person or claim you’re fact-checking, and then open a new tab in your browser for each link you click on.

Lateral Reading

The first thing you should do when coming across a suspicious meme or video is to check your emotional reaction.

AI-Generated Content

“Deepfakes” are a new source of misinformation.

Check your Emotions

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Go directly to the primary or original source mentioned in a post or article to answer the second question, “What’s the evidence?”

Check out these valuable tips for sorting fact from fiction online

David, P. (2023, May 16). Is This Legit? A Media Literacy Skills Recap. Poynter. https://www.poynter.org/tfcn/2023/is-this-legit-a-media-literacy-skills-recap/

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