Resources (Req)

Required readings for 2018
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International Federation of Library Associations
How to Spot Fake News (Graphic)
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Michigan Library
"Fake News," Lies and Propaganda: How to Sort Fact from Fiction
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Michigan Communications
Fake news detector algorithm works better than a human
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NPR: All Tech Considered
Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts
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Public Data Lab
A Field Guide to “Fake News” and Other Information Disorders
Link
This has an large reference list.





Media Bias Chart from Ad Fontes Media: Interesting History of How It Evolved
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Evolution of Ad Fontes Media Bias Chart
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 NPRHow Misinformation Spreads on the Internet
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Wabisabi LearningMarketing Material on Critical Thinking. (It is pretty good.)
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Skeptical Science
Web resource on rebutting global warming misinformation
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Kwon
How to Debate a Science Denier
Link

Hunt
4 Ways to Move Beyond Gridlock in Touchy Debates
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Nisbet
General Website:
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Matthew Nisbet: one of the best on communication strategy and analysis.
Nisbet
Sciences, Publics, Politics: The Limits of Strategic Messaging
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CookGeneral Website
Link
john Cook: one of the best on communication strategy and analysis.
Cook et al.
Deconstructing climate misinformation to identify reasoning errors
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Cook et al.
Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: Exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence
Link
Inoculation: very important concept.
Fahy
Objectivity, False Balance, and Advocacy in News Coverage of Climate Change
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Perez-Rosa
Automatic Detection of Fake News
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 Rood's Selection on OpenClimate on Rhetoric
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Rood Lecture (Powerpoint)
Rhetoric and Argumentation. What to recognize in people's argument, and how recognizing those things helps you move forward.
Class Link
Communication and overcoming barriers.
RoodLecture: Introductory Material
Class Link
Climate science background, Introduction of uncertainty








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