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Teaching in the Age of Alternative Facts: Overview

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Librarians are key partners to assist in your teachings in the age of alternative facts. As information specialists, librarians are experts in analyzing and evaluating the credibility and reliability of information. We are happy, willing, and able to teach students these skills. 

In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, millennials are already trusting librarians to help them find trustworthy sources - more than any other generation. 

Millennials more likely than older generations to say libraries help them find trustworthy information, learn new things and make informed decisions

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Fact-Checking/Evaluation Resources

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