Fake news: How to tell if information can be trusted
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2019 Views: 40

Whether it’s incorrect information that is passed on accidentally, or false information that is spread to deliberately fool people, there is a lot of what we call “fake news” out there. Check out the Fake News module on The Learning Portal to find out how to spot it so you don’t get fooled.

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