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It's important to remember that Media Bias is NOT fake news. There is fact being reported in the story, but that fact is being interpreted with a particular viewpoint. Just because you may not agree with what they are saying, it doesn't mean that it is fake.
The library has a search feature called "Search Everything". This is the default search on the library's homepage. Using this tool can be difficult and overwhelming because it searches nearly everything the library has access to, including items in the physical collection as well as resources in our databases.
To effectively search with this feature, use the limiters on the left hand side to narrow down your search results. You can also use the advanced search feature.
If the library does not have access to a particular article, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan.
FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. They are a nonprofit and nonpartisan group that works to monitor the factual accuracy of anything political.
PolitiFact is a nonpartisan fact-checking website to sort out the truth in American politics. It is a project of the Tampa Bay Times, a publishing company based in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Tampa Bay Times is owned by The Poynter Institute, a nonprofit school for journalists.
A great resource that began in 1995 with the founder working to debunk urban legends. It is now one of the leading resources on the World Wide Web for exposing what parts of viral stories are true and what parts are false.
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