Information Literacy: Teaching Fake News at the Library
The California Library Association, Intellectual Freedom Committee wants to know what your library is doing to prevent the spread of Fake News. Our results will be shared at the CLA Annual Conference, November 2-4, 2017.
Who are you and what library do you represent (you may just state library if you don't want to share).
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How many Fake New programs has your library had or are planing on having?
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Did you get a sense of the participants level of information literacy prior to the program?
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How many people showed up?
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How did you promote the program?
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Did you create a survey?
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What were your learning outcomes?
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Did you hold any passive displays (posters, book displays) on Fake News at your library?
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What roles do you think libraries play in information literacy and fake news education?
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Did you create a flyer, and would you be willing to share it?
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