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FAKE NEWS vs. REAL NEWS: How to Determine the Reliability of Sources
This LibGuide was created by Ann Grandmaison and Susan Leonardi, Reference Librarians, Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill and Lawrence MA, used with permission of the original authors, and adapted for Pierce College.
Though this term has been politicized, fake news is a real problem and represents information that is completely fabricated. There may be bias in mainstream news sources, but this is not the same as intentionally presenting false information.