Webliography Resources

Higher Education Teaching, Critical Thinking
12 Basic Ways to Integrate Media Literacy and Critical Thinking into any Curriculum (Ithaca College Library)
25 of the Best Resources for Teaching Critical Thinking
About "Fake News" (from UC Berkeley Libraries)
Creativity Techniques A to Z
Critical Evaluation of Information (Schrock)
Critical Thinking Assessment page (NSF)
Critical Thinking Assessment, Reports & Publications (NSF)
Critical Thinking Resources (from Educational Technology & Mobile Learning)
Critical Thinking Resources LibGuide (Schoolcraft College)
Critical Thinking Web
Definition of Critical Thinking, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Evaluate My Sources, Research Guide (from VCU)
Evaluating Information: "Fake News" (from Univ. of Washington Libraries)
Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning (from Stanford)
Evaluating Sources (Duke University Libraries)
Evaluating Sources (Univ of Texas)
Evaluating Web Resources LibGuide (Schoolcraft College)
FactCheck.Org (Project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center)
Fake News: How to Spot It (from Enoch Pratt Free Library)
Framework of Critical Thinking (Univ. of Louisville)
Google Fact Check Explorer
Helping Your Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills (IDEA Paper #37)
How to Spot Fake News LibGuide (from UMass Amherst)
How to Teach Critical Thinking Using Blooms Taxonomy (Cambridge)
Ideas that Changed the World (Google Arts & Culture)
Instructional Strategies (from the Univ. of Texas)
Media Bias/Fact Check
News Evaluator (Interactive tool)
Periodic Table of Visual Thinking
PolitiFact (Political Fact Checking Resource)
Rough Guide to Spotting Bad Science
Snopes (Fact Checking Resource)
Spot the Troll, Social Media Game (from Clemson)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Critical Thinking
Teach Information Literacy & Critical Thinking Resource page
Teaching Critical Thinking: Practical Points (Faculty Focus)
Understanding Science, How Science Works Interactive Flowchart
Visual Thinking Teaching Guide (Vanderbilt)
Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers (Free eBook)
Web Literacy Map (from Mozilla)
What is "Fake News"? (from Penn State Univ. Libraries)