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CLDE21: Citizen Fact-checking for the Digital Age - Shared screen with speaker view
Mike Caulfield
14:57
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2hOXJPB4tQ/https://twitter.com/adampadilla/status/1057329482372136960
Mike Caulfield
15:26
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2hOXJPB4tQ/https://twitter.com/adampadilla/status/1057329482372136960
Mike Caulfield
15:40
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2hOXJPB4tQ/https://twitter.com/adampadilla/status/1057329482372136960
Janet Hoffmann
17:22
Monster energy ham is fake
Emily Bowman
17:36
Monster Ham is Fake; KFC is real
Jenny De La Cruz
17:37
I think both are fake. The KFC post isn’t posted by the real KFC account, neither is this junk food account verified. The Twitter one is posted by a political meme account, and the account holder seems really good at photoshopping.
Rouseline Frenel
17:37
KFC is real and monster is fake
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
17:37
KFC True, Monster Energy Ham Fake
Tim Pelton
17:37
Donut real / Ham fake
Rebecca Natow
17:37
Both fake
Charles Hopkins
17:37
KFC is real
willow mcdonough
17:37
kfc is real
Bruce Bowles Jr.
17:37
donut sandwich is read, energy ham fake
Jenny Dale
17:37
KFC is real, Monster Ham is fake
Paul York (he/him/his), A&M-Central Texas
17:37
Monster energy ham - fake, KFC - real
Alexandra Jabara Johnston (she/her)
17:37
kfc real, monster fake
Sarah Guidroz
17:37
Kentucky fried chicken real, monster ham fake
Emily Faber
17:37
Both fake
Kathie Shiba (she, her)
17:37
KY fried chicken donut - REAL and Monster energy ham - FAKE
Mary D Young-Marcks
17:37
KFC real, Ham fake
Colleen Steffen
17:37
KFC real Ham fake
Sadie Pendaz-Foster
17:37
Monster Ham is fake; Kentucky Fried Chicken is real
Chris Latimer
17:37
I hope KFC is REAL and Ham Fake
Eric Dodson
17:38
kfc donuts is real, but only in "select locations" and ham is fake
Patrick O'Brien (He/Him/His)
17:38
KFC - Real, Monster- Fake
Christin
17:40
chicken donuts = real (that looks delicious) monster ham = fake
Lisa Bunkowski
17:58
KFC real; ham fake
Lisa Bunkowski
19:07
yes! Google/Snopes
Bruce Bowles Jr.
19:50
USA Today had an article about it
Joseph Tully
23:26
Lately I am reading that Snopes is questionable too. So we have to be careful. I reached out to Snopes to get some clarification on a few tweets.
Bruce Bowles Jr.
27:49
I read ESPN.com daily and never saw this, so I assumed it probably wasn't legitimate.
Emily Bowman
37:38
OMG
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
37:44
Yikes!
Bruce Bowles Jr.
37:44
Wow!
Jenny De La Cruz
37:44
Yikes
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
42:01
3%
Brandon Griggs
42:02
3%
John Brunner (He/Him)
42:06
4
Mary D Young-Marcks
42:09
<5%
Jenny Dale
42:09
5%
Christy Flatt
42:09
5
Bruce Bowles Jr.
42:10
5%
Emily Faber
42:10
5
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
42:10
4%
Patrick O'Brien (He/Him/His)
42:10
5%
willow mcdonough
42:10
30
Sadie Pendaz-Foster
42:11
4%
Kathie Shiba (she, her)
42:11
10%
Tammy Bean (she/her)
42:11
5%
Katy Strzepek (she/her/hers)
42:11
5%
Jenny De La Cruz
42:12
14%
Sarah Guidroz
42:12
3%
William Hudon
42:12
5%
Colleen Steffen
42:13
10
Eric Dodson
42:13
5%
Christin Wixson
42:13
.5 (half a percent)
Joe D
42:13
4%
Rochelle Smarr
42:14
2%
Andrea Monroe
42:15
15
Erin Yokum
42:15
1
Angela Simmons
42:17
7
Joseph Tully
42:18
25%
Kelly Jones
42:19
32
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
42:52
:-(
Andrea Monroe
42:53
WHAAAAA??!!
Jenny De La Cruz
42:55
Double yikes
willow mcdonough
42:55
noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Katy Strzepek (she/her/hers)
43:05
Wow!!
Crystal Newell
44:25
Students have never been taught lateral reading as a way of fact checking. That 9% was probably taught CRAAP. At least it's a start.
Jenny De La Cruz
46:30
That’s really disheartening :-(
Jenny Dale
49:02
I often show students that SPLC "Miseducation of Dylann Roof" video to open up discussions about this and they're usually pretty engaged by it
Joseph Tully
53:54
@Jenny DaleThank you.
Crystal Newell
54:14
That's great to hear!
Eric Dodson
54:33
that's such a good outcome for an outlier in the data 🌞
Mike Caulfield
55:59
https://wellness.consumerfreedom.com/ingredient-guide/ingredients/
Jenny Dale
01:01:13
No - organization behind it is questionable and has been accused of astrofurfing, etc.
William Hudon
01:01:13
No. foundered by meat producers; hides the sources of its funding
Lisa Bunkowski
01:01:13
no. seems biased, would overwhelm friend
Emily Bowman
01:01:14
no. interests
Janet Hoffmann
01:01:14
never ask a barber if you need a haircut
Tim Pelton
01:01:15
No - organization a shill for tobacco indusrtry
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
01:01:15
no. the organization behind the site is not trustworthy.
Christin Wixson
01:01:15
no, founded by a PR guy, primarily does activism not research
Kathie Shiba (she, her)
01:01:16
No
Bruce Bowles Jr.
01:01:17
No, the source is frequently in conflict with several reputable sources
Rouseline Frenel
01:01:17
No. Opinion base
KristaniPhoneXR
01:01:18
No! Paid to publish counter opinions to profit restr
Emily Faber
01:01:18
No - 3rd paragraph of wiki
Sarah Guidroz
01:01:19
No
Patrick O'Brien (He/Him/His)
01:01:20
No - Lobbying for Restaurant & Food Companies
Sadie Pendaz-Foster
01:01:22
no - has invalidated other known positive sources
Andrea Monroe
01:01:27
No - seems like advocacy
Crystal Newell
01:01:27
no, Richard Berman
Jenny De La Cruz
01:01:28
No, they’re biased and pseudioscience based
Joseph Tully
01:01:32
No - for lobbyists not research
Katy Strzepek (she/her/hers)
01:01:46
No. Group is funded by sources that support restaurant industry.
Eric Dodson
01:01:50
no - The source exists to put out anti-vegan propoganda
Lisa Bunkowski
01:02:51
look at funding
Jenny De La Cruz
01:03:17
OMG
Joseph Tully
01:07:46
I have been told that Wikipedia is a good place to begin to consider fact from fiction. I appreciate your words on that, Mike.
Mike Caulfield
01:09:00
https://twitter.com/aldeghesa/status/1367892256036896771
Jenny De La Cruz
01:12:22
Murmurations are real and done by starlings , and this photo is real because there’s also a video that shows it which was published by a real Irish public broadcast service.
John Brunner (He/Him)
01:12:26
Looks real: https://abcnews.go.com/International/video/flock-starlings-forms-shape-giant-bird-76263134
Jenny Dale
01:12:26
I tried a reverse image search
Andrea Monroe
01:12:31
Yes
Crystal Newell
01:12:31
Reverse image search
Bruce Bowles Jr.
01:12:32
real--the photographer sought it out over 50 visits
Colleen Steffen
01:12:34
real
Sarah Guidroz
01:12:35
I think it's real
Jessie Weasner
01:12:37
real
Lisa Bunkowski
01:12:37
google searched and found the video
Rouseline Frenel
01:12:38
fake
William Hudon
01:12:41
it's a flock of birds
Christin Wixson
01:12:43
real, lots of similar images, not that unusual
Andrea Monroe
01:12:48
yes= real after reading about him
Janet Hoffmann
01:12:58
real, Irish Times
Joseph Tully
01:13:03
His work is backed up by Irish Times which offers more credibility. James
Christy Flatt
01:13:03
There's a ted talk
Lisa Bunkowski
01:13:06
multiple reports -
Joseph Tully
01:13:19
has earned his reputation
Eric Dodson
01:14:12
tineye only shows this as old as March
Jenny De La Cruz
01:14:24
That is an awesome and rare photo I must say, murmurations are shaped more like mobs strips or like speed forms as opposed to an actual bird shape
Jenny De La Cruz
01:14:30
mobius**
Joseph Tully
01:17:14
Beautiful!
Crystal Newell
01:18:34
My eight-year-old son enjoyed that lateral reading example!
Mike Caulfield
01:21:37
https://twitter.com/citizenkeene/status/1158816196755509248
Lisa Bunkowski
01:23:13
no - just select a good product
Bruce Bowles Jr.
01:23:19
no--it is about selecting proper products
John Brunner (He/Him)
01:23:40
"It's important to note that this was just a small study and they don't want to cause for any alarm."
Jenny Dale
01:23:55
yes - more study needed
Beth Ramsey
01:24:00
""the presence of sunscreens in plasma after maximal use does not necessarily lead to safety issues.""
Jenny De La Cruz
01:24:02
No - it was seven specific brands, and the FDA still suggests using sunscreen
Eric Dodson
01:24:05
It’s not news that things that you put on your skin are absorbed into the body,” Faber said. “This study is the FDA’s way of showing sunscreen manufacturers they need to do the studies to see if chemical absorption poses health risks.”
Katy Strzepek (she/her/hers)
01:24:07
Select a good sunscreen. JAMA also says it was a small study. No cause for alarm.
Andrea Greve Coello
01:24:08
no - "the right product even more important"
Emily Bowman
01:24:13
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2733085?guestAccessKey=e1ad4492-fe70-4f53-970d-d63bfa1cdccd&utm_source=For_The_Media&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=ftm_links&utm_content=tfl&utm_term=05062019
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
01:24:14
So, should you stop using sunscreen? Absolutely not, experts say.cnn.com article
Paul York (he/him/his), A&M-Central Texas
01:24:17
No - find the right product
Jenny Dale
01:24:24
(sorry, my yes was responding to other people's chat, not saying yes this is good info!)
Kathie Shiba (she, her)
01:24:36
https://www.fda.gov/news-events/fda-voices/shedding-more-light-sunscreen-absorption
Colleen Steffen
01:24:36
no- needs more research
Joseph Tully
01:24:36
NoThe summary offers some drama but doesn't offer a good reason to read
Bruce Bowles Jr.
01:24:52
peer-reviewed journal article that could be sensationalized by other sources
Sarah Guidroz
01:24:58
https://www.fda.gov/news-events/fda-voices/shedding-more-light-sunscreen-absorption It's true that some ingredients may be absorbed, but it's not necessarily harmful
Crystal Newell
01:25:02
JAMA -- "These results do not indicate that individuals should refrain from the use of sunscreen."
Andrea Monroe
01:25:42
The title doesn't support the article -"It's important to note that this was just a small study and they don't want to cause for any alarm. Former FDA Chairman Dr. Robert Califf assured readers that just because the research found chemical levels
byroncraig
01:28:30
Have to run off for a meeting. Thanks for the work Mike!!
Andrea Monroe
01:33:48
Supporting Wiki - Your thoughts, any practices on encouraging institutional financial support of wiki? If/when you and/or students get the pledge request, is there discussion about giving? Or is Wiki have a new financial set up/source of income?
Jenny De La Cruz
01:34:32
More like blind you 👀
Crystal Newell
01:34:58
I am listening this thinking ouch!
Joseph Tully
01:39:30
This is the best session so far for me. Thanks much.Sadly, I have to leave for another meeting. Thanks for the session and the learning.
Lisa Bunkowski
01:42:43
the YouTube videos! wow
Andrea Monroe
01:53:36
Thank you! We talk (rant) about this! (we=circle of Black educators who also love sci fi)
Christin Wixson
01:58:02
Are your prompt sets available anywhere?
Christin Wixson
02:01:52
Thank you!
Jenny Dale
02:01:53
I'm an information literacy librarian and I teach SIFT and lateral reading a lot. Sometimes I struggle to find good examples to use - how do you keep up with and keep track of these great prompts?
Crystal Newell
02:02:15
Same, Jenny! Great question!
Bruce Bowles Jr.
02:03:53
Do you have any examples that fall into more gray areas about how one would interpret data and the values they would bring to the question?
Eric Dodson
02:05:22
if only there were a wikipedia category of all these examples 😸
Jenny Dale
02:08:03
Thanks so much!
Kathie Shiba (she, her)
02:08:07
Great session, thank you!
Janet Hoffmann
02:08:37
I always learn something new that i can’t wait to add to my modules, Thanks so much Mike!
Will Bowlin
02:10:03
2 minutes remaining in this session
Jenny De La Cruz
02:10:32
Thank you, Mike! this was the best session I’ve attended so far!
Crystal Newell
02:10:34
This was a great session! I will be updating my media literacy instruction with what I've learned. Thank you!
Lisa Bunkowski
02:11:03
Thank you!!
Andrea Monroe
02:11:07
This was SO helpful - I'm inspired. Thank you and organizers SO very much!
Bruce Bowles Jr.
02:11:12
Great session, thanks!
Emily Bowman
02:11:13
Thanks for a great session!
Jenny Dale
02:11:19
The best - thank you so much!
Eric Dodson
02:11:22
thank you!
Katy Strzepek (she/her/hers)
02:11:22
Great session! Thanks so much!
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
02:11:29
Thank you Mike!
Erin Yokum
02:11:29
Great session :)
Brandon Griggs
02:11:37
Great session!!