Sketchy Sources

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Sketchy Sources
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Project Description

EXTRA, EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT!!!!!!
We’re here to educate and show our readers the difference between real news and fake news. Can you tell the difference?

Recent Posts

Reliable Sources

Worldwide there are multiple examples of fake news and "real" news along with some people bashed […] See MoreReliable Sources

What is Fake News?

Fake news are stories that have been fabricated in order to receive negative attention. […] See MoreWhat is Fake News?

Sketchy Sources Quiz

The sketchy sources quiz is linked below. If you have additional questions and answers that we can […] See MoreSketchy Sources Quiz

Recent Comments

[…] Examples of Sources that can Contain Fake news […] See More

Recent Discussions

Research Findings

After researching about fake news, we learned that there are various ways to differentiate between legitimate and fraudulent news sources. For example, web addresses that end with “.co” or “.lo” are not real. This suspicious element […] See MoreResearch Findings

Project Due Tuesday

After researching about fake news, we learned that there are various ways to differentiate between legitimate and fraudulent news sources. For example, web addresses that end with “.co” or “.lo” are not real. This suspicious element […] See MoreProject Due Tuesday

Recent Docs

THE COURT OF MEMES: WHY PEOPLE BELIEVE FAKE FACTS

WASHINGTON, DC -- The following information was released by Capital Research Center (CRC): By Dr. Steven J. Allen Research Topics: [Continuing our series on deception in politics and public policy.] A meme, as it's called by […] See MoreTHE COURT OF MEMES: WHY PEOPLE BELIEVE FAKE FACTS