How Can Students Learn to Evaluate Health Information?

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In this column, library and education specialist Debbie Abilock offers up an essential instructional toolkit for teaching students to evaluate health information, including modeling arguments, questioning objectivity, and checking for validity using a range of fact-checking sources.

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