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Journalism Fact-Checking 101 for the 2016 Elections

What? You're not fact-checking the 2016 elections in your area? We'll help you jump into an important form of accountability journalism — for politics and any beat — with insider tips and hands-on help from three top political fact-checking journalists and the American Press Institute.

Resources
Hand out of resources for political fact-checking: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ifOlYypJuK5zJ0ttx7BWBvMpjgIjL1AINVe5RHzzjFc/edit#slide=id.gbb17c641c_0_7

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— This session will have recorded audio

Speakers

D'Angelo Gore - Staff Writer, FactCheck.org
DAngeloGore | http://www.factcheck.org/

Linda Qiu - Staff Writer, PolitiFact/Tampa Bay Times
ylindaqiu | http://www.politifact.com

Moderator

Jane Elizabeth - Senior Research Manager, American Press Institute
janeeliz | http://www.americanpressinstitute.org/

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