Knowing What Sources to Trust (23)

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Misinformation is rampant on the internet. Memes are passed around as if they represent real facts, people with an agenda share false or misleading statistics, and anyone can pretend they are an expert on any topic. Due to all of this, learning how to be critical of what is being presented has become one of the most important skills a person can cultivate. This volume utilizes informative sidebars and detailed graphic organizers to discuss the steps readers can take to verify the information they read, hear, or see.
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    • SKU
      CS0144
  • Manufacturer
    Cavendish Square
  • Series
    Developing Digital Literacy
  • ISBN-13
    9781502665706
  • Format
    Library Binding
  • # of Pages
    48
  • Size
    7.25 X 9.25
  • Author
    Green, Meghan
  • Reading Interest
    5,6,7,8
  • Publisher or imprint
    Cavendish Square
  • Date Published
    2023
  • Guided Reading Level
    W
Misinformation is rampant on the internet. Memes are passed around as if they represent real facts, people with an agenda share false or misleading statistics, and anyone can pretend they are an expert on any topic. Due to all of this, learning how to be critical of what is being presented has become one of the most important skills a person can cultivate. This volume utilizes informative sidebars and detailed graphic organizers to discuss the steps readers can take to verify the information they read, hear, or see.

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