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Education: Welcome

A guide to help RCCC students find Education resources & topics

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Strategies/Techniques for Handling Hot Topics

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Conducting academic research on hot topics can be tricky. Make sure you

  • choose your sources carefully (avoid misinformation) and understand the author's intentions and/or bias.
  • stick to the facts and logic in your own argument or discussion
  • recognize the emotional aspect of dealing with controversial topics

For more information, visit the Media Literacy Research Guide.

Information Disorder by Democracy Digest, August 14, 2018

Types of Information disorder, venn diagram

How to Spot a Fake News Story - Huffington Post

Media Bias Chart

Media Bias Chart

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