Open educational tools/strategies/sources for fact checking by Citizens around the World


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War Dataset Olympics 2022

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15 self-assessment quizzes on tips for debunking, dataset, debunker, misnformation

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BE WARY OF A NEWS STORY WHEN: The style is unprofessional

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search author or hashtag on CINECA - Search University

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how verifying images and videos in combating misinformation and disinformation: YouTube Data Viewer

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how verifying images and videos in combating misinformation and disinformation: App Serelay

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The U.S. is recruiting ISIS mercenaries to fight in Ukraine.

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Crimea joined Russia legally.

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Ukraine asked Poland to deport Ukrainian men of military age for them to join the frontlines

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To spot bad and misleading information, ask yourself : How do you feel?

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CHECK YOUR BIASES. Consider if your own beliefs or concerns could affect your judgement.

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Ukrainian forces bombed a kindergarten in Lugansk on Feb. 17, 2022.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Ukrainians to surrender.

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