April 19, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
Today, anyone with a phone, curiosity, and a story to tell can become a journalist. And this is a progress because it empowers the people and takes a wrecking ball to the days when a few “leaders” in fancy suits decided what information we had access to.
April 27, 2021 by Amanda MacGregor
Young people need to learn how to navigate the rapidly-evolving information landscape. Here are some ideas to implement, because #FactsMatter.
March 7, 2018 by Karen Jensen, MLS
Today for YA A to Z author Diana Rodriguez Wallach is talking with us about disinformation and “fake news”. I’m often asked, “What sort of research did you do for your novel?” For me, that’s a loaded question. The Anastasia Phoenix series is set around the world, so I traveled overseas to Italy, England, and […]
June 30, 2017 by Robin Willis
This Week at TLT Sunday Reflections: Who needs healthcare? MakerSpace: Mod-A-Tee Making Hot Glue Stencils and Spray Painting T-shirts What’s New in LGBTQIA+ YA June 2017 ALA Recap: Libraries are Not Neutral Spaces (Things I Never Learned in Library School) Book Review: Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation by Anthony & Annmarie Young MakerSpace: DIY […]
November 28, 2016 by Karen Jensen, MLS
In this post election season there has been a lot of focus on how fake and biased media influenced the election. It’s staggering to realize how much of an influence it has had. So yesterday I felt compelled to tweet to my teen (and adult followers) some tips for helping to examine the news and […]
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