|Title||Information literacy and libraries in the age of fake news / Denise E. Agosto, editor|
|Imprint||Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, 2018|
|Descript||x, 184 pages ; 24 cm|
An introduction to information literacy and libraries in the age of fake news -- From yellow journalism to tabloids to clickbait: a history of fake news -- Critical literacy as an approach to combating cultural misinformation/disinformation on the internet -- From information literacy to full participation in society: through the lens of economic inequality -- Misinformation and intellectual freedom in libraries -- Fighting fake news: the limits of critical thinking and free speech -- Truth, post-truth, and information literacy: evaluating sources -- We got this: public libraries as defenders against fake news -- School librarians: partners in the fight against fake news -- Information and media literacy education: the role of school libraries -- Cultivating students as educated citizens: the role of academic libraries -- Survey says...: developing students' critical data literacy -- Using the topic of fake news to introduce undergraduate students to information literacy.
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