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Oh, hey. So, you want to know how to make smart decisions about stuff you read online, huh?
That’s cool. I’ve got about 10 minutes, if you do, too, then follow me… my office is just around the corner.
Thanks to the internet, we can access all kinds of info super fast. And we can create, share, and re-share with the click or tap of a button. So it’s pretty important to understand what we're seeing.
Before, you could tell info was true because it came from a news reporter. But now, we’re all reporters. So how do you make sense of it all?
Before you act on any information you read online, it’s important to know whether or not you can trust it. Who created it? Why might they have created it? Is it new or old? Is it real or made up?
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