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Young researchers get to flex their critical-thinking muscles in this Create and Share: Thinking Digitally series (8 titles) guide. A white, disabled girl (she uses a prosthetic leg) and a purple robot serve as friendly cartoon guides to this text about finding credible information online. Four brief chapters outline why it’s important to evaluate online sources; how to go about it; how to spot fake news, bias, or internet hoaxes; and how to verify information with other sources. Each chapter features an activity to help hone the skills discussed therein.

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