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Researching COVID-19

Play Factitious


A recent study from Carleton University estimates 46% of Canadians believe at least one of four COVID-19 conspiracies (Everts & Greenberg 2020). Now that you've learned how to evaluate sources, put it to the test! Play Factitious Coronavirus Edition.

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Everts, S. & Greenberg, J. (2020, May 20) New Carleton Study Find COVID-19 Conspiracies and Misinformation Spreading Online. Carleton News. Retrieved from https://newsroom.carleton.ca/2020/new-carleton-study-finds-covid-19-conspiracies-and-misinformation-spreading-online/

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