Online sources - can we trust them?
This post addresses the differences between the online sources, and their reliability in comparison with the traditional newspapers. It also contains an interesting quest for fact validity.
Evaluating online content using fact-checking webistes
I must admit that before investigating this topic I came to a different conclusion. This made me question how many other topics I took for granted and didn’t explore whether they were true or not.
Evaluating the reliability of a news source
“When fake news is repeated, it becomes difficult for the public to discern what’s real.” – Jimmy Gomez
End Father's Day
Activities related to the Roe v Wade decision introduced in last week’s class have also been the target of fake news.
God Save the Internet
People generally discard most information provided by websites that take viewpoints which differ considerably from theirs. It is essential not to fall into such trap.
Trust Issues on the Internet
Think Before Acting or Check the Validity Before Spreading
Hard-boiled nonfiction - Finding the source
Who can you trust?
Credibility and trust are not built through clickbaits
“In life and in business, your word must have value. Integrity is a priceless asset. Remember, a check is only as good as the person writing it. If their credibility is questionable, you may want to invest your time elsewhere.”
― Carlos Wallace
Evaluating online sources
Fact-checking, evaluating sources, and more
The Psychology of a ''mean'' friend
The reliability of the soruces is one of the most important features when it comes to the informing ourselves.