The oldest and largest fact-checking website (operating since 1994), Snopes is a well-known and respected for its evidence-based research and contextualization of articles.
Ad Fontes Media
It's name meaning "to the source" in Latin, this company rates new content for bias and reliability. They are also the creators of the Media Bias Chart (see "Fake News and Journalism").
A project by the Annenburg Public Policy Center, their mission is to reduce the amount of misinformation and confusion related to U.S. politics.
A national media watch group since 1984, their mission is to scrutinize modern media practices and advocate for journalists and diversity in media.
Started in 2007, this website looks at statements made by politicians and rates them for accuracy with their own Truth-o-Meter.
Welcome to the Fake News and Disinformation LibGuide! As library staff, we are committed to helping our patrons navigate the world of information around us. In the last few years, fake news and disinformation has become a great challenge for those trying to get reputable and correct information.
The goal of this guide is to:
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