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Library Resources for Misinformation and Finding Common Ground: Home

This guide has tools and resources for libraries and the public to help combat misinformation and disinformation while promoting community building through finding common ground.

Standing Up for Truth

  

 

 

Standing Up for Truth: The Role of Libraries in the Mis/Disinformation Age is a WikiWisdom report, sponsored by New Voice Strategies, created with librarians and library workers from across the country. It started with a WikiWisdom forum and then narrowed down to 15 library thought leaders who put the report together. Standing Up for Truth provides 4 recommendations and 23 actionable solutions that libraries can employ to help combat misinformation and disinformation in their communities, and the tools and support libraries need in the face of this complex issue. The report also includes a list of resources that was used to create this guide. 

Reverse Image Search and Other Fact-Checking Tools

Courses and Curricula

Standing Up for Truth

Standing Up for Truth: The Role of Libraries in the Mis/Disinformation Age is a WikiWisdom report, sponsored by New Voice Strategies, created with librarians and library workers from across the country. It started with a WikiWisdom forum and then narrowed down to 15 library thought leaders who put the report together. Standing Up for Truth provides 4 recommendations and 23 actionable solutions that libraries can employ to help combat misinformation and disinformation in their communities, and the tools and support libraries need in the face of this complex issue. The report also includes a list of resources that was used to create this guide.