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Fact Checking: Home

Use as a guide for evaluating sources, fact checing, and identifying misinformation.

Introduction

Welcome to IUN’s Fact Checking LibGuide. Here you will find:

  • Websites: a list of the most common fact checking websites used by fact checkers, researchers, and journalists
  • Useful Tips: procedures and steps you can take to do your own fact checking
  • Other Resources: videos, books, databases, and more

Assistant Librarian for Teaching & Learning

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Nicholas A. Casas
Contact:
John W. Anderson Library, 146
Indiana University Northwest
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Gary, IN 46408
219-980-6806

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