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Navigating Information

Understanding how we get information and why that matters.

The Information Around Us

Chances are, you will need to be able to find and use information effectively to be successful in any given field. The resources listed in this guide can help you learn more about navigating the complex 21st century information landscape for academic, professional, and personal purposes. These resources cover topics such as:

  • Fake news and identifying political/corporate biases in news and online sources
  • Information sharing and controlling our own information environments
  • Issues in the scholarly information landscape, such as peer review and open access