Posted On: Apr 1, 2017 In: Uncategorized
Is the news you read true?
Join KU Journalism faculty to learn about evaluating and verifying news sources in this 4-part series. Then, do some fact checking of your own! Questions? Ask Melissa: firstname.lastname@example.org
TUESDAYS | 6:30-8 PM
TUE | Apr 18: | Meeting Room C
Gain strategies for effective online searching, plus ways to search and access public documents.
TUE | April 25 | Meeting Room A
Learn the telltale signs of news that may not be factually sound, and about the online resources you can use to verify the veracity of news stories.
TUE | May 2 | Meeting Room A
Uncover the ins and outs of filing requests for public documents under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Kansas Open Records Act (KORA).
TUE | May 9 | Meeting Room A
Follow the money in campaign and other political financing by learning about campaign finance laws and searching public records.
Posted On: Jan 11, 2017 In: Teens Featured
10 free articles a month go pretty fast and the basic $195 annual subscription might feel impossibly out of reach. That’s why we’re excited to provide you digital access to the New York Times — in house and off site. Get breaking news, reviews, multimedia, and opinion on Washington, business, sports, movies, travel, books, jobs, education and more — here or wherever you find yourself in the world.
Access in the library (unlimited access to articles)
- Connect to the Library’s WiFi or use a library computer
- First-time users will need to register here (provide an email, create a password)
- Returning users can log in at nytimes.com
Access off site (72 hours of unlimited access)
- Log in (or register if it’s your first time) on your device or computer
- Open the following URL in a new tab, then enter your library card number and 8-digit PIN for access.
Here’s a visual!