Unreliable News Content
- How to spot Fake News (infographic)
- Tips for analyzing news sources (Melissa Zimdars. Linked from Washington Post article)
"Free" news content
- Google News
Reliable News Content
If fake news is everywhere and media bias is common, how do you sift through it all and find out what is true?
- Use Library (subscription) news database
- Looking for a particular news magazine title?
- Which sources are reliable?
- Look for author credentials
- Look at titles that win Pulitzer Prizes for journalism
- Use multiple sources
- Companion Encyclopedia of Theology
- Encyclopedia of Christian Theology (3 volumes)
- Encyclopedia of Protestantism (4 volumes)
- Theology: a very short introduction
- Searching Omni
- combine search terms with: theology; theological; Christian; religion
- limit by resource type, e.g., books
Faith Statements and positions
- use Google's site:url search feature. E.g.,
- Find the homepage of the organization you wish to search, and add a search term
- fracking site:https://www.united-church.ca
- Chicago Manual of Style
- If you need a link to an article, look for a "permalink" or "persistant url"