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Media Watch is an Australian TV show that analyses news reports and exposes them when they are unreliable or untrue. Media Watch is on ABC on Monday nights 9:20pm and repeated on Tuesday mornings 10:45am and is rated PG.
This 3 minute YouTube video by the University of South Australia explains how you can use the C.R.A.A.P testto evaluate information from books, articles and websites.
This 2 minute YouTube video by Gulf Coast State Library explains how you can use the C.R.A.A.P test to evaluate websites.
This library guide was created by FD Blueford Library, North Carolina A&T State University and explains how you can use the C.R.A.A.P test to evaluate a website. Evaluation is important to ensure you are using authoritative and reliable sources.
Fake News - Information literacy problem or Technology problem?
Today we are faced with a huge amount of information online. But what's real and what's fake? This article by Forbes explores the idea that fake news is an information literacy problem not a technology problem.