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A-Z PhilosophyA:Z The philosophy of (almost) everything
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Accuracy in Media
Conservative watchdog group for fairness, balance and accuracy in news reporting
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Ask for Evidence
Ask for Evidence is a public campaign that helps people request for themselves the evidence behind news stories, marketing claims and policies. We hear daily claims about what is good for our health, bad for the environment, how to improve education, cut crime, treat disease or improve agriculture. Some are based on reliable evidence and scientific rigour. Many are not. How can we make companies, politicians, commentators and official bodies accountable for the claims they make? If they want us to vote for them, believe them or buy their products, then we should Ask for Evidence. People come here to share their experiences of asking for evidence and to use the hub of resources and expertise to making sense of the evidence they receive.
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Big Think (YouTube)
Big Think is the leading knowledge company for the knowledge economy
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FAIRFairness and Accuracy in Reporting
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Five science ‘facts’ we learnt at school that are plain wrong
You thought you knew...but you have no idea!
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Games with WordsPlay the game. Learn about Language
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History of Information
Using these new tools, HistoryofInformation.com is designed to help you follow the development of information and media, and attitudes about them, from the beginning of records to the present
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Hoax of Fact
Hoax or fact is a platform that analyzes and explains the truths behind the popular hoax messages that we get to hear.
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How Do You Know You Exist
A great video from TED Talks, How Do You Know You Exist?
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Internet Encylopedia of PhilosophyPeer reviewed philosophy articles
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Lab in the Wild
LabintheWild tests your abilities and preferences when interacting with computers. At the end of each experiment, you will see a page with your personalized feedback, which lets you compare yourself and your performance to other people around the world
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Larry Ferlazzo's TOK list!
Lots of incredible TOK articles, videos, essays and websites!
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More Intelligent Life
With its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food for the brain and a feast for the eyes.
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Mr. Hoye's TOK site
Loads of wonderful information on the TOK from Mr. Hoye.
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News from Around the World
A list of news from around the world, in a variety of languages - both independent and Government ocntrolled.
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Philosophy Online
A website put together by Gareth Southwell, which includes philosophy, writing, comics and illustration.
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Philosophy Tube (YouTube)
Mini Philsophy lectures. Subscribe to learn and boost your brain power!
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Psychology's Feminist Voices
An online, multimedia digital archive containing the profiles of 250 feminist psychologists who have shaped and continue to transform the discipline of psychology. Profiles are organized in two sections, "Women Past" and "Feminist Presence." All profiles on the Feminist Presence section contain original interview transcripts and video clips with the psychologist discussing their feminist development and academic career.
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Sense about Science
A UK-based charitable trust to encourage an evidence-based approach to scientific and technological developments
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Skeptic
THE SKEPTICS SOCIETY is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization whose mission is to engage leading experts in investigating the paranormal, fringe science, pseudoscience, and extraordinary claims of all kinds, promote critical thinking, and serve as an educational tool for those seeking a sound scientific viewpoint.
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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work
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Strange Maps
Strange Maps collects cartographic curiosities, mapping things like the place in the United States farthest from a McDonald’s.
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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Fantastic articles, videos and podcasts investigating various conspiracy theories.
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TED Talks
Most TED talks can work as a TOK resource - try adding in some TOK specific questions when creating TED ED lessons or use a TED talk as a starting point for a TOK lesson.
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Telling Stories from Africa
In this deeply personal talk, Nigerian writer Chris Abani says that “what we know about how to be who we are” comes from stories. He searches for the heart of Africa through its poems and narrative, including his own
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Test My BrainLots of games and brain tests!
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The Centre of Public Integrity
The Center for Public Integrity (CPI) is an American nonprofit investigative journalism organization whose stated mission is "to reveal abuses of power, corruption and dereliction of duty by powerful public and private institutions in order to cause them to operate with honesty, integrity, accountability and to put the public interest first
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The Science Behind Teenagers, grunts, ughs and duhs
A linguist and editor at The Week, turns monosyllabic grunts into long, fancy, science words
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Theory of Knowledge
We are the world’s most used online resource for the IB theory of knowledge course. Find free course content, guidance on the TOK essay and presentation, and strategies for delivering the course. Our teaching and learning resources and online support have been purchased by clients in over 500 towns and cities in more than 80 countries across the globe.
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Theory of Knowledge
An overview of epistemology, exploring the various theories of knowledge, justification, and belief.
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Total Philosophy
Total Philosophy is an independent channel committed to bringing educational philosophy videos to YouTube.
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University of Oxford - Philosophy
Lots of fantastic information from the Oxford University - including resources sorted by topic.
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Wayback Machine
The Wayback Machine is a digital archive of the World Wide Web and other information on the Internet created by the Internet Archive, a non-profit organization, based in San Francisco, California
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What I Learned from Teaching English in North Korea
A fantastic article about the struggles with teaching university students in North Korea. With no understanding of proper research, fact checking or even essay structure, Suki Kim struggles to teach them to question the world around them.
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Words Without Borders
A free online magazine with the goal of increasing understanding of other cultures through the English translations of foreign literature and commentary. Search by continents or environments.
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