Focus on the facts: A news and information literacy instructional program

@article{NeelySardon2018FocusOT,
  title={Focus on the facts: A news and information literacy instructional program},
  author={Angeleen Neely-Sardon and Mia Tignor},
  journal={The Reference Librarian},
  year={2018},
  volume={59},
  pages={108 - 121}
}
ABSTRACT This article provides an overview of the “fake news” issue and places it in the context of information literacy instruction for college students. In 2017, the faculty librarians at a large state college in Florida developed a news literacy instruction program that included instructional faculty outreach, lesson plans for one-shot information literacy instruction sessions, lessons assignments for one-credit information literacy classes, and learning objects in a LibGuide that can be… 

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