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Event Name:
Moving Forward Through the Fog: Navigating the Internet in a Post-Truth Era

Competency:
Reference

Description:
According to some, we're living in a post-truth, alternative-fact-based era. How do you distinguish between fake and fact when looking for information? This session will arm you with tools to distinguish reality from "truthiness" and why it's so important in today's online information environment.

Learning Objectives:
  • Attendees will learn about the types of fake news and its historical context
  • Attendees will learn ways to identify fake news and other false/misleading content
  • Attendees will learn about the future of fake news and its escalation due to new technology
Presenter: 

Don Boozer has been manager of the departments of Business, Economics and Labor; Science and Technology; Social Sciences; and Government Documents at Cleveland Public Library since 2015. Don is also an adjunct instructor at Kent State University School of Information, teaching "Information Sources and Reference Services." Previously, Don was coordinator of Ohio's statewide online reference service, KnowItNow24x7; a subject librarian in Literature at Cleveland Public Library; and a reference librarian at Barberton Public Library
 

Event Date:
1/16/2019

Event Time:
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern

Location:
Online
Via Adobe Connect
UNITED STATES

Contact Person:
Melissa Lattanzi
(phone: 3306550531)

Details:
Who should attend:  Anyone interested in interested in navigating the web in a post-truth era

Competency:  Reference

GEO Cost:      $40
Bronze Cost:  $24
Silver Cost:    FREE
Gold Cost:     FREE


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