By Traci Cothran
曾经有一段时间,我们不需要定义世界卫生大会t a fact was – or rather, we all understood that it meant the same thing. It was a fact – it was the truth; the rest was fiction or opinion. There were clear, credible sources, and there were those that weren’t. Now students, teachers, and librarians (as well as the rest of the American populous) must grapple with distinguishing fact, fake news, and “alternative facts” on a near-constant basis. While the Internet gives us a plethora of easy-to-access information, it’s up to us to discern what is factual and what is not.
要做到这一点，我们需要开始问的一切棘手的问题，我们读到和听到 - 如：
- Are these statistics or this sound bite taken out of context to distort their meaning?
- When you reverse-search the image used in the article, do you find different source content?