LEAD 6322 - Critical Thinking and Problem Analysis for Leaders

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This guide will help you in identifying resources within the library, provide links to valuable resources on the internet, and - I hope - lay a foundation for assessing information through a critical and unbiased perspective.  If you need help in finding, assessing, or citing resources for any assignment, please feel free to contact me.  I'm delighted to meet with you in person, by phone, or via Chat services during our reference hours. The library is here for you - let us know how we can help!

Assessing Resources

Fake News

Winston Churchill Quote

What to Do About Fake News...

Every information creator has the responsibility to check his sources, confirm the facts, use and present information ethically.

Every information consumer has the responsibility to be critical of sources, check the facts and use information ethically.

Each one of us needs to: Think. Ask questions. Be critical. Evaluate. Search, re-search and research. Consider your sources. Define the purpose of the information you are creating or consuming. Understand the harm that can come from misinformation. Be smart. Be ethical. Be responsible. Value truth. Maintain integrity.

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