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Information Literacy Toolkit

Introduction

Understanding the information one consumes is an important information literacy skill. Learning to evaluate sources can lead students to using better sources in their work and become responsible contributors to the information landscape. 

News Literacy

There are many dangers in mis/disinformation in our everyday lives. Consider evaluating news stories on health and political information as well as sensationalized stories. These can connect to current events or in response to events in the past.