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2017 AASL National Conference

Fake News Frenzy: Recognizing Digital Deception

Nov 10, 2017 2:30pm ‐ Nov 10, 2017 3:30pm

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How do we prepare students to navigate the world of online news? The answer is simple. Teach students to understand the difference between fact, fiction and to recognize when a source is not reliable, accurate, or authoritative. In the age of “post-truth,” “truthiness,” and downright false news sites, it more important than ever to give students the tools necessary to separate fact and fiction. Participants will leave the session with lesson plans for all levels.


  • Jennifer Sturge, Specialist for School Libraries & Digital Learning, Calvert County Public Schools
  • Donna Mignardi, School Librarian, Calvert County Public Schools
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