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ENGL 1101, 1102, and 1105


You probably have heard the term "Fake News." Fake news is inaccurate information often made to seem like real news reporting. However, it is commonly used now to label news that one doesn't agree with or is critical of someone. So we'll use a less loaded term: "Misinformation." This tutorial/video will explain misinformation and how to keep yourself from getting fooled by it. Please note: You may experience a "connection refused" error message. Refresh the browser and Credo will load correctly.