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Fake News & Fact Checking: Selected Credible News Sources

This guide brings together a broad, yet selective range of information and resources for identifying fake news and verifying facts. #fake news #alternative facts

 

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HOW WERE THESE SOURCES SELECTED?

     These sources were selected from among all those reviewed and rated by the Media Bias/Fact Check site described under the True or False? page of this Library Guide. All of them have been rated High on the accuracy of their factual content.

FULL TEXT AVAILABLE FOR CSUSB USERS

    CSUSB students, faculty, and staff have free access to these publications via the library's subscriptions. Click on the desired link below, and on the next screen click on the name of a database which will have Available online at: in front of it (see screenshot below).  Pay attention to the years of coverage noted.

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WEBSITES

     You do not have to be affiliated with CSUSB or go through the library's website in order to access these sources.

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