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Fake News and Media Literacy
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Ethics, Sourcing, Corrections
NPR Ethics Handbook
Professional Journalism Groups
Washington Post Sourcing
New York Times Standards and Ethics
Wall Street Journal Parent Company Standards
Fact Checking and Bias
A website that rates the bias of news stories and other articles, labeling them according to where they fit on a political spectrum from left to center to right.
A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center that checks the accuracy of political statements, news, and claims.
Run by the Tampa Bay Times (which is owned by journalism school the Poynter Institute), this site checks and ranks political claims.
The Poynter Institute / Fact-Checking Resources
The Poynter Institute develops resources for journalists and writers, plus offers resources on fact checking and media literacy for the general public.
Washington Post Fact Checker
Fact checks political and governmental topics.
From the Start
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DataRefuge archives federal data and supports climate and environmental research and advocacy.
End of Term Web Archive
This site first harvested Federal Government web pages in 2008 at the end of the Bush administration and did the same in 2012 for the Obama administration.
The Memory Hole
The Memory Hole saves important documents from being taken offline and digitizes information that previously was only available in print.
The Internet Archive is a nonprofit digital library that archives web pages. To use its Wayback Machine, enter the URL of the site you are looking for. It will search for that address and display the page, if it is available.
News Literacy Projects
Center for Journalism
News Literacy Project
Pew Research-News Media
Project Information Literacy
Fordham University Libraries
Indiana University East
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