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How to Combat Fake News and Other Scary Internet Perils

Fake news isn’t new. Neither are content farms, misleading websites, fake sites, filter bubbles and all sorts of other internet traps. Seriously, librarians haveĀ been telling you for years to evaluate internet sources. 147 more words


Dan Silver, Taking Research Beyond the University

Dan Silver is a PhD candidate at the University of Manchester. He spoke at our 2016 Autumn event #Visual16 about communicating academic research in new and innovative ways. 661 more words

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DIY your health, pt. 3

For a couple of weeks I’ve been talking about my personal journey finding health. I hope I can help my readers draw some wisdom for my story, Let’s start with how I address health issues with my friends. 390 more words


Summary of Harlow Museum

My class and I visited the Harlow Museum, which was about a 30 minute walk from our college. When we first got to the museum, we had one of the staff give us a brief explanation of the museum and the different sections and what they have to show. 176 more words


When you feel inadequte

Earlier I mentioned feeling like an imposter, inadequate, unqualified. Goodness knows I was challenged early and often when I was homeschooling my kids. Let me tell you about my own struggles in this department. 408 more words


John Adams, a complex reporter

Map of a colonial road between Boston and New York

Page from John Adams diary (November 5th 1774)

I am a senior at Suffield Academy… 676 more words


DIY your health, pt. 2

Last week I told you about my start on DIY-ing my health. Now let me continue with how I got off of all of my medications both prescribed and over-the-counter. 668 more words