This guide links to websites touching on media accuracy, media bias, disinformation, and algorithmic control of information. Also provides links to Pew Research, Ad Fontes Media, as well as fact checking and news literacy websites.
"The Center for News Literacy defines journalism as 'a process of verification that aims to confirm or establish facts.' Journalists are held to a code of ethics, which requires verification of facts, independence from interest groups, accountability and willingness to correct errors. Understanding these qualities and types of news content may help you to identify and evaluate news organizations." --- UC Libraries
"Not all information is created equal. Remember: Anyone with Internet access can publish on the Web. There is no editor, fact checker, or peer review process for the 'free' content that is available on the visible web." --- UW Libraries