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Fake News: Resources for Fact Checking

How to tell real news from fake

Fact Checking: The Facts

How to fact check like a pro.

Courtesy of Indiana University East.

How to Spot Fake News

Fact Checking Sites

Known Fake, Parodic and Misleading News Sites

News Outlet Codes of Ethics and Standards

One of the ways in which a news source demonstrates its authenticity and responsibility to its readers is through a publicly accessible code of ethics or standards.  A sample of various codes, mission statements and ethics handbooks are listed below.

 


This guide has been adapted from content provided by Pace University, Indiana University East, Trinity Washington University, Duquesne University

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