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Coalition to Encourage Civic Engagement panel discussion, Finding Reliable Information in a "Post-Fact" World

Date of Original Version

3-23-2017

Abstract

These are the slides and speaker's notes for a panel presentation given at the University of Rhode Island on March 23, 2017. The presentation was part of a panel chaired by Professor Karen F. Stein (Department of English and Gender and Women's Studies Program) titled "Finding Reliable Information in a 'Post-Fact' World." Co-panelists were Professor Amanda Izenstark (University Libraries), Professor Brian Krueger (Chair, Department of Political Science), Professor John Pantalone (Chair, Department of Journalism), and Professor Christine Zozula (Department of Sociology and Anthropology).

The panel was presented by the Coalition to Encourage Civic Engagement and was co-sponsored by the URI College of Arts and Sciences, the University Libraries, the Harrington School of Communication and Media, the Gender and Women's Studies Program, the Department of English, and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

Slides - Fake Results - The Reproducibility Crisis in Research and Open Science Solutions.pdf (2148 kB)
Presentation slides (without speaker's notes) in PDF format

ReproducibilityCrisisBibliography.pdf (85 kB)
Bibliography of sources consulted (PDF)

ReproducibilityCrisisBibliography.docx (13 kB)
Bibliography of sources consulted (.docx)

Poster - Finding Reliable Information in a Post Fact World.pdf (414 kB)
Flyer advertising panel (PDF)

Poster - Finding Reliable Information in a Post Fact World.jpg (101 kB)
Flyer advertising panel (.jpg)

2017-03-30 Finding truth when bombarded with ‘fake news’ _ The Good 5 Cent Cigar.pdf (207 kB)
Good 5 Cent Cigar (student newspaper) article on panel

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