Beyond Fake News: How We Find Accurate Information about the World
In Partnership with Oregon Humanities’ Conversation Project
On both national and local levels, Northwesterners have seen how the news can both represent and misrepresent the facts at hand. From debate over local opinions on the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to the discourse around “alternative facts,” it can seem difficult to find current and accurate information to use as we make decisions in our communities. This conversation, led by librarian Kelly McElroy, gives Northwesterners a chance to consider their own practices and values around news consumption and find new ways to get the information they need.
To learn more, visit the Oregon Humanities website.