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Filtering Out Fake News: It All Starts With Media Literacy
Information Today - Medford
Subjects: Social networks; Education; Information literacy; Media literacy
Author: Padgett, Lauree
Date: Jan/Feb 2017
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1
Section: WE THE PEOPLE
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In the days after the presidential election, pollsters, pundits, and others were scrambling to figure out just how the predictions of a Hillary Clinton win were so far off (although, according to a Nov. 29 post by The New York Times, Clinton's popular vote lead stands at more than 2 million votes, matching her predicted pre-election edge of 2 percentage points). While a plethora of events contributed to the Electoral College outcome that stands to put her opponent in the Oval Office at the end of January, stories about how fake news may have swayed voters to choose one candidate over another continue to proliferate.

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