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How to Avoid Sharing False & Misleading Information
Ukraine News Tips from the News Literacy Project
It’s important for everyone to understand where to find credible information about the events in Ukraine and how to avoid being duped into sharing false and misleading information. This edition of the News Literacy Project newsletter gives details on how to avoid unintentionally spreading confusion and harm: (1) Be cautious and discerning with what you believe and share, (2) Familiarize yourself with Russian disinformation outlets, tactics and narratives, and (3) Make an effort to seek out sources of credible information.
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