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Tuesday, May 16

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    The Power of Video in Digital Argument: Literacy Instruction in the Era of Fake News written by Kristen and Troy, from Heinemann via Medium - Jan 20, 2017
    Teaching the Craft of Argument to Support Meaningful Conversation from the Heinemann blog (includes video clip) - January 25, 2017
    Writing Digital Argument: A New Student Skill Set by Kevin Hodgson (MiddleWeb) - May 14, 2017
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Friday, May 12

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    "'Who shared it?' How Americans decide what news to trust on social media" (American Press Institute, 3/20/17)
    Public Data Lab and First Draft News “Field Guide to Fake News” (4/7/17)
    Top 10 sites to help students check their facts by Jennifer Snelling 3/8/2017 (ISTE)
    Browser Extensions for Mindfully Reading in Relation to Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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Monday, April 10

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    Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers by Mike Caulfield (Open Textbook)
    "'Who shared it?' How Americans decide what news to trust on social media" (American Press Institute, 3/20/17)
    Public Data Lab and First Draft News “Field Guide to Fake News” (4/7/17)
    Browser Extensions for Mindfully Reading in Relation to Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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Sunday, March 26

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    "Fake news. It’s complicated." by Claire Wardle (Feb 16, 2017)
    Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers by Mike Caulfield (Open Textbook)
    "'Who shared it?' How Americans decide what news to trust on social media" (American Press Institute, 3/20/17)
    Browser Extensions for Mindfully Reading in Relation to Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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Monday, March 20

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    KQED's Media Literacy: Five Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News (Feb 16, 2017)
    "Fake news. It’s complicated." by Claire Wardle (Feb 16, 2017)
    Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers by Mike Caulfield (Open Textbook)
    Browser Extensions for Mindfully Reading in Relation to Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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Sunday, March 12

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    AllSides which curates from various sources and "exposes bias and provides multiple angles on the same story so you can quickly get the full picture, not just one slant."
    danah boyd's essay "Did media literacy backfire?"
    Stanford History Education Group Report - Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning
    #michED Chat 3/1/2017 - Digital Information Literacy

    For more resources on teaching digital writing, please check out Troy's blog "Digital Writing, Digital Teaching" and resources on his wiki page. Additionally, check out the companion wiki for the books The Digital Writing Workshop and Crafting Digital Writing. For resources on Connected Reading, check out the companion wiki for the book Connected Reading: Teaching Adolescent Readers in a Digital World.
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Thursday, March 2

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    A Professor Once Targeted by Fake News is Now Helping to Visualize It (Chronicle of Higher Education) with link to Hoaxy (the tool)
    False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources list originally created by Melissa Zimdars, a media professor at Merrimack College in Massachusetts (she also works on OpenSources)
    The Four Kinds of Fake News (Eric Weinstein, Pt. 2), The Rubin Report
    Washburn Rural High School Library's "Help Digital Natives Identify Credible Information"
    KQED's Media Literacy: Five Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News (Feb 16, 2017)
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    A Professor Once Targeted by Fake News is Now Helping to Visualize It (Chronicle of Higher Education) with link to Hoaxy (the tool)
    False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources list originally created by Melissa Zimdars, a media professor at Merrimack College in Massachusetts (she also works on OpenSources)
    The Four Kinds of Fake News (Eric Weinstein, Pt. 2), The Rubin Report
    Washburn Rural High School Library's "Help Digital Natives Identify Credible Information"
    KQED's Media Literacy: Five Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News (Feb 16, 2017)
    "Fake news. It’s complicated." by Claire Wardle (Feb 16, 2017)
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    Extensions for Fact Checking and FightingMindfully Reading in Relation to Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
    Now you can fact-check Trump’s tweets — in the tweets themselves Chrome extension from the Washington Post
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Friday, February 24

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    Washburn Rural High School Library's "Help Digital Natives Identify Credible Information"
    KQED's Media Literacy: Five Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News (Feb 16, 2017)
    "Fake news. It’s complicated." by Claire Wardle (Feb 16, 2017)
    Browser Extensions for Fact Checking and Fighting Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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Monday, February 20

  1. page Chapter 6 edited ... False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources list originally created by Mel…
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    False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources list originally created by Melissa Zimdars, a media professor at Merrimack College in Massachusetts (she also works on OpenSources)
    Washburn Rural High School Library's "Help Digital Natives Identify Credible Information"
    KQED's Media Literacy: Five Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News (Feb 16, 2017)
    Browser Extensions for Fact Checking and Fighting Fake News
    3 Chrome extensions to cut fake news out of your life reported by the Daily Dot
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    OpenSources (a curated resource for assessing online information sources, available for public use)
    Media Bias/Fact Check (MBFC News is an independent online media outlet. MBFC News is dedicated to educating the public on media bias and deceptive news practices.)
    AllSides which curates from various sources and "exposes bias and provides multiple angles on the same story so you can quickly get the full picture, not just one slant."
    danah boyd's essay "Did media literacy backfire?"
    For more resources on teaching digital writing, please check out Troy's blog "Digital Writing, Digital Teaching" and resources on his wiki page. Additionally, check out the companion wiki for the books The Digital Writing Workshop and Crafting Digital Writing. For resources on Connected Reading, check out the companion wiki for the book Connected Reading: Teaching Adolescent Readers in a Digital World.
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