[SIGCIS-Members] Information culture in 2017: recommendations for student readings/other lit?

Taylor-Smith, Ella E.Taylor-Smith at napier.ac.uk
Tue Jan 3 02:05:15 PST 2017


Dear James

there's been a  series of relevant discussions on the Association of Internet Researchers' list
e.g. the Fake News thread http://listserv.aoir.org/mmsearch.cgi/air-l-aoir.org

See also "breaking news and fake news"

One of the resources I picked up is Jeanine Finn's bibliography
 https://jeaninefinn.me/2016/11/15/understanding-fake-news-in-2016-before-the-truth-gets-its-pants-on/

Hope this helps

-Ella



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