“Lots of Questions about ‘Fake News’”: How Public Libraries Have Addressed Media Literacy, 2016–2018
Library and Information Science
This exploratory research investigates how American public libraries have addressed the issue of media literacy in their communities from 2016 to 2018, including programs, partnerships, and other initiatives. The authors selected this period because events, such as the 2016 US presidential election, contributed to an increased national concern about media literacy. This study fills a research gap by providing a broader assessment of public library responses to this issue, as most of the published literature thus far stems from academic libraries.
Published in Public Library Quarterly, 2019, pages 1-25.
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LaPierre, S. S., Kitzie, V. (2019). “Lots of Questions about ‘Fake News’”: How Public Libraries Have Addressed Media Literacy, 2016–2018. Public Library Quarterly, 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1080/01616846.2019.1600391