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Other Resources

There are many resources to combat and learn more about fake news. Here are a few:

Duke Reporters Lab
International Fact-Checking Network at the Poynter Institute
The Trust Project
Center for Media Literacy
Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election
Welcome to the Era of Fake News
Assessing the Effect of 'Disputed' Warnings and Source Salience on Perceptions of Fake News Accuracy
Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Reasoning
The Truth Value Project