Webliography Resources

Evaluating Web Resources
About "Fake News" (from UC Berkeley Libraries)
Checklist for Evaluating Web Resources (from Cornell Univ.)
Critical Evaluation of Information (Schrock)
Critical Thinking Resources LibGuide (Schoolcraft College)
Critical Thinking Web
Evaluate My Sources, Research Guide (from VCU)
Evaluating Information Found on the Internet (Johns Hopkins)
Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning (from Stanford)
Evaluating Resources (UC/Berkeley Library)
Evaluating Sources (Purdue/OWL)
Evaluating Sources (Univ. of Texas)
Evaluating Web Content Guide (from the University at Albany)
Evaluating Web Resources LibGuide (Schoolcraft College)
Evaluating Websites (from Univ. of Texas Arlington)
FactCheck.Org
Factitious
Fake News & Misinformation (Univ. of Michigan, Hatcher Graduate Library)
Fake News, Misinformation & Propaganda Research Guide (Harvard Library)
Fake News: How to Spot It (from Enoch Pratt Free Library)
Fighting Fake News (from the American Library Association)
Finding and Evaluating Online Resources (from the NIH)
Google Fact Check Explorer
How to Identify and Avoid Fake News (Indiana University East Campus Library)
Literacy Resources webliography
Media Bias/Fact Check
MediaMatters.Org
PolitiFact.Com
Science Literacy Foundation, Resource Guide
Searching the World Wide Web (a Tutorial Guide from Purdue/OWL)
Snopes.Com
Spot the Troll, Social Media Game (from Clemson)
Verification Handbook (European Journalism Center)
Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers (Free eBook)
Web Literacy Map (from Mozilla)
What is "Fake News"? (from Penn State Univ. Libraries)