Use the following steps to determine if a story or claim is “fake” news or misinformation:
Adapted from Mike Caulfield’s web literacy model at https://hapgood.us/2017/03/04/how-news-literacy-gets-the-web-wrong/.
The following websites claim to debunk fake news, identify hoaxes and scams, or highlight bias in media outlets.
*Disclaimer*: the above resources are not managed by Stetson librarians. They are third-party sites on the open web, and links are provided here for your convenience. We can't guarantee the accuracy or reliability of every claim they may make. Continue to use your best judgment and critical thinking to evaluate any information from these sites or anywhere else.
Evaluating Sources for Credibility. From North Carolina State University Libraries.