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Political Science: Fact-checking

This guide is to help students and faculty access credible resources related to Political Science, including law and governments.

Fact-checking tips

The FAIR Media Bias Toolkit provides tools you can use to evaluate an entire publication or website:

Before you dig into a story too much on your own, see if someone else already has. In the open textbook Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers, Mike Caulfield identifies the following organizations as generally regarded as reputable fact-checkers for general U.S. news:

IFLA How to Spot Fake News

How to Spot Fake News

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