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Webinar: Fact Checking Sources

March 14, 2024 394

In an age where technology is readily available, information is accessible at the touch of a fingertip. Fact checking sources is now of utmost importance in this digital age. In order to support this initiative, Sage is now offering a free webinar to ensure all people are prepared and able to identify useful and credible sources.

Sarah Morris, a librarian, curriculum designer, and educator, will be featured on this webinar. Morris also serves as an instructor for the new Sage Campus course, Fact Checking Sources. To register for this insightful conversation, please register at this link.

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