This guide provided a brief overview on critical thinking, bias, fake news and evaluating information resources. As you have learned, navigating all of the information pushed to and consumed by you on a daily basis, can be complex and challenging. There is no magic formula or "one and done" method to do this. You will need to employ numerous techniques and strategies to determine if a piece of information is accurate, objective, factual, and unbiased.
Remember to ask questions! Ask you professor. Ask a librarian. Ask an expert in the area you are researching.
See the resource list at the end of this guide for more information and tools.