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Fake News, Misleading News, Biased News: Open Textbooks

Open textbooks on information literarcy

Bernnard, Deborah, et al.   The Information Literacy User's Guide: An Open, Online Textbook.   2014

Caulfield, Mike. Web Literacy for Student Face-Checkers

George Mason University. Climate Change Communication.   Debunking Handbook 2020  This handbook summarizes the current state of the science of misinformation and its debunking.

Lowry, Cheryl, editor.  Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research.  Ohio State University Libraries. 2016  

Maid, Barry.   Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across the Disciplines.   WAC Clearninghouse.   2016   

McIntyre, Lee.  Post-truth. MIT Press 2018  (open access) 

The Media Manipulation Casebook. A collection of fact-checked, footnoted case studies from the Technology and Social Change project at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. 

University of Lousiville. University Libraries. Citizen Literacy. An online toolkit