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I chose this pin, because it simply states the information needed to determine whether it is fake or real news. School Library Lessons, Library Girl, Library Resources, Library Lesson Plans, Middle School Libraries, Library Media Center, Elementary School Library, Library Skills, High School Library
Fake News, Alternative Facts and Librarians As Dedicated Defenders of Truth
I chose this pin, because it simply states the information needed to determine whether it is fake or real news.
This pin clearly states nine ways to determine if it is a fake or real news story.  It is another simplified version for those who are uneducated in the topic. Suspicious Quote, Confirmation Quotes, False Facts, News Quotes, Confirmation Bias, Information Literacy, Digital Literacy, Media Literacy, Library Lessons
How To Recognize A Fake News Story
This pin clearly states nine ways to determine if it is a fake or real news story. It is another simplified version for those who are uneducated in the topic.
a yellow poster with black and white writing on it
Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No? If This… Then…
This is a great flowchart to demonstrate to students or even other adults. It is easy to follow and educational. The resources used are even cited at the bottom of the chart.
an info poster with different types of symbols in russian and english, including the words
Alternative Facts and Fake News – Verifiability in the Information Society | Library Policy and Advocacy Blog
This pin shows simple ways to determine if it is a fake or real news site. This can easily help one determine whether the website should be trusted or not.
This pin has good tips to determine if something is fake or real news.  It is simple to read but informative.  The resources are listed at the bottom. Quotes For Parents, Fashion Quotes Funny, Library Activities
[infographic] Fake news or real news? 10 tips to getting the facts for yourself - Stone Soup Creative
This pin has good tips to determine if something is fake or real news. It is simple to read but informative. The resources are listed at the bottom.
an info sheet describing how to use the internet
LibGuides: Fake News: Home
Indiana University East campus library created this guide to help students and adults determine whether a news source is real or fake. This is a great guide, because it simply puts the information in an easy to read manner. It would be easy for anyone to follow this guide and determine if it is a real or fake news source.
an info sheet describing how to stay safe on the internet
Online safety poster
This online safety poster educates individuals on how to keep their life online safe, Almost everything is online now, so this is very beneficial to even have printed out on a wall inside the classroom.
a blue poster with the words think b4 u post
Think B4 U Post | Flickr - Photo Sharing! | Eclectic Technology
With the rise in social media and online websites, it is important for students to understand that they need to think before they post. This is a great tool for educators, parents and their students when it comes to determining whether or not it is worth posting for the world to see.
an info poster with different types of boats in the water and on top of each other
You're Being Watched Online
This chart explains just how something can be out there on the web. You are being watched in every way, whether it be by students, parents or employers.
the ten ways to use the internet safely and responishly infographical poster
| The Wired Homeschool
This is a list of ten important tips for online safety for students and educators. It is a simple list of ways to protect yourself online.
an info sheet with different types of information on it, including social media and cyberbullying
Homepage - Educators Technology
This is a great classroom poster and pin for students to use to the internet safely. This is another great poster to have placed on the wall inside the classroom for students use at all times.
a book cover with the title you can click but you can't hide it
Webster University Homepage | Innovative. Global. Diverse
This site tells all about who's watching for illegal downloading, the consequences, and ways to prevent illegal downloading. This is a great tool for educators to use when informing their students about why they should avoid illegal downloading.
an info sheet showing the different types of aircrafts that have been flown in space
How much you know about copyrights and
This is a great tool that can explain just why illegal downloading is so bad, and the consequences are so harsh. This puts things into perspectives for those who say, "I'm not hurting anyone."
the top ten things to know about copyright infographics and what they mean them
Have you ever posted a photo or video online that wasn’t yours? If you have, you could have broken the law. That’s scary to think about, right?
This is a simple tool that can be used to educate students about what copyright fully is. It also gives examples of what could happen if one is caught downloading illegally.