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Photo of hands typing on a computer with images of a lock.
Photo of hands typing on a computer with images of a lock.
in News

How can you teach library patrons about how the internet personalizes online content?

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Photo of an iPhone screen and laptop logged onto Facebook
in News

Combating fake news is becoming increasingly difficult. Libraries are in prime positions to assist patrons with disputing misinformation.

Illustration of people around a large tablet. Text reads: FAKE NEWS
Illustration of people around a large tablet. Text reads: FAKE NEWS
in News

Topics like current events, politics and social media can provide teaching moments.

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Photo of hands typing on laptop with various media icons
in News

ALA has released a free digital guide and webinar series to help libraries with media literacy training.

Illustration of an election ballot coming out of a cell phone
Illustration of an election ballot coming out of a cell phone

In a time of information overload and manipulated media, how can we use the election as a learning moment?

Photograph of a roll of I Voted sitckers.
Photograph of a roll of I Voted sitckers.

Donna Mignardi and Jennifer Sturge offer a refresher in information literacy as we approach the 2020 election.

A carrot-shaped cutout against a background with the words "Carrot's in a Pickle"
A carrot-shaped cutout against a background with the words "Carrot's in a Pickle"
Blog by Jenn Carson

Follow these steps to create original digital stories to share online or as a fun workshop for families.

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coronavirus
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The coronavirus pandemic is rife with misinformation. Use your digital reach to help people sniff out fake news.