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EU Expert Group on Fake News Releases Final Report

EU Expert Group on Fake News Releases Final Report | Learning Literacies | Scoop.it
On Mar. 12, the European Commission released the final report of its independent High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation (the Group), a group of 39 experts from different sectors and countries that was convened earlier this year and tasked with putting forward strategies to counter disinformation. The report, which is one part of the Commission’s efforts to formulate a new strategy to tackle disinformation more effectively, calls for a “multi-dimensional approach to disinformation” and emphasizes that there is no single root cause or solution to such a complicated problem.

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Some of The Best Academic Search Engines for Teachers and Student Researchers

Some of The Best Academic Search Engines for Teachers and Student Researchers | Learning Literacies | Scoop.it
When it comes to searching for  niche-specific content Google search engine is not the best option out there. Although Google can be a good starting point from which you can delve deeper into the content area you are searching but you can save much more time by using content-specific search engines. In today’s post, we are sharing with you some examples of academic search engines student researchers and teachers can use to search for, find and access scholarly content. We are only featuring the most popular titles, but you can always find other options to add to the list.

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