Can You Spot a Credible News Source?

Did you know that it’s National News Literacy Week? Learn more at ccpl.org about how to determine the difference between a credible news source and one that is not.

National News Literacy Week focuses on using education to stop the spread of misinformation. Specifically, taking a closer look at the news sources you consume and share to make sure they are credible. Are you sure you’re reading news? Consider the primary purpose of the info you’re reading. Is it designed to inform, persuade, or sell? 

Do you think you have what it takes to determine a credible news source? Take the News Literacy Project’s Quiz to test your news literacy. 

-Submitted by CCPL

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