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Fake News (and what to do about it!)

1. Wait! Don't spread garbage!

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2. Burst your filter bubble!

What is a "filter bubble"?  The term refers to an intellectual or mental space in which we allow only what we want to see and hear.  Our filter bubbles reinforce our own notions of what is true, even in the face of information that challenges our bubbles.  View the following video to find out why it's not only important, but also vital, for us to burst our filter bubbles as often as possible (and don't forget to practice detecting fake news and to consult and use *real* news):  

3. Learn to discern!

Last updated on Jun 6, 2022 4:14 PM