Fake News: Check Your Facts

It’s a post-truth world out there (Oxford Dictionaries’ 2016 word of the year). And your librarians will help you tell truth from fiction. Our first post in this series discussed the history of fake news and propaganda. Now we’re going to give you some tools to investigate facts mentioned in news stories and the bias […]


The Other Election

For better or worse, the most expensive presidential election in US history is finally over. With high emotions subsiding and bruises healing, people pick up where they left and go about their normal business. TV channels fill the void left by the big election with  strong doses of natural disasters and human follies. Few people […]