AVW Presents 10 Fact-checking Hacks With Regina Seguin

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Have you come across questionable claims about the coronavirus? Misinformation is a problem in any crisis situation, and the current pandemic is no exception. To learn how to counteract this, join the Association of Valencia Women’s (AVW), hosted by Librarian Regina Seguin. This session, “10 Fact-checking Hacks” will cover where to find reliable, professional fact checks, strategies for fact checking on your own and resources for teaching students how to fact check.

Date: Thursday, April 23
Time: 2 – 3 p.m.
Location: Zoom meeting

The AVW is a diverse group of professionals (any gender) dedicated to the pursuit of equity and excellence for women at Valencia. The group hosts and organizes a variety of events including social, educational and networking opportunities. To join, complete the membership registration. Annual membership dues are $15 and can be paid during the event or sent to Melissa Shank, administrative assistant, at mail code 4-4. Make checks out to the Association of Valencia Women.

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