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10 Tips to Spot Media Manipulation

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More Tips and Tools to Detect Misleading Media

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    Ask an Expert: Echo Chambers

    Rachel Davis Mersey, an assistant professor at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, discusses confirmation bias.

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    Fact Finder: Your Foolproof Guide to Media Literacy

    Bring the road-tested tools of journalism from the newsroom to your own news feed. Create a complete course of material on today’s media literacy essentials or sharpen a specific skill, from finding quality news to reporting it.

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    Is It News?

    A quick video and graphic give you a clear-cut path to quality news.

  • Video

    Ask an Expert: Anonymous Sources

    George Washington University professor Michael Freedman explains why anonymous sources are necessary sometimes and the guidelines that govern when and how journalists use them.

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