[Library Media] Resources to support youth in the post-election climate

Lanell Rabner lanell.rabner at nebo.edu
Mon Nov 28 18:06:24 MST 2016


Another interesting article regarding this topic, written by Judi
Moreillon, M. L. S., Ph.D., can be found at:

http://tinyurl.com/baccblog112816 - Fake "News" in a "Post-Truth" World

I guess I'm going to have to work even harder with my teachers who are okay
with just turning kids loose on google.

~lanell


On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 16:51 Lanell Rabner <lanell.rabner at nebo.edu> wrote:

Hello UELMA folks!

Just saw this interesting piece of research from Stanford, on this very
topic. Check it out:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/11/23/503129818/study-finds-students-have-dismaying-inability-to-tell-fake-news-from-real?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=2050

Looks like we all should be teaching the CRAAP test - from elementary on up.


~lanell Rabner

On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 09:47 Sarah Herron <Sarah.Herron at slcschools.org>
wrote:

Good morning, Josh,



Thank you so much for sharing this article. Joyce Valenza is wonderful and
this article is full of fantastic resources. “We were guaranteed a
*free* press,
We were not guaranteed a neutral or a *true* press.” A thought-provoking
statement and one I will mention to my students for discussion.



Sincerely,

Sarah



*Sarah G. Herron*

President, Utah Educational Library Media Association

Library Technology Teacher, M. Ed.

East High School

840 South 1300 East
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desk, all quiet and everything. They're like plotting the revolution, man.
I wouldn't mess with them."

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post-election climate



Jumping onto this thread a little late, but over the weekend Joyce Valenza
shared what seems to me a relevant and helpful post on NeverEnding Search –
“Truth, truthiness, triangulation: A news literacy toolkit for a
‘post-truth’ world”



http://blogs.slj.com/neverendingsearch/2016/11/26/truth-truthiness-triangulation-and-the-librarian-way-a-news-literacy-toolkit-for-a-post-truth-world/



Have a great day!



*Josh Whiting*

Library Media | Educational Technology Dept. | Granite School District

Phone: 385-646-7128 | Email: jwhiting at graniteschools.org | Twitter:
@jdwhiting <https://twitter.com/jdwhiting>

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post-election climate



Nicely said Michelle. And in addition to the CRAAP test, we should be
directing and encouraging our faculty to have their students use
proprietary databases, where the content is at least vetted. Using the web
for research is just asking for authentication problems that even the most
savvy researcher is challenged by.  I always remind my students that
quality information generally does not live for free on the web.



~lanell rabner





On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 11:30 AM, Michelle Miles <
michelle.miles at jordandistrict.org> wrote:

Those were interesting articles.  The one from the Washington Post actually
says that more journalist are now identifying as independents (from the
graphic and the survey from 2013).  So if we are to take from these
articles that more liberals mean more bias in reporting; then more
independents should result in more balanced reporting.  Maybe we need to
watch with an open mind and see if the media themselves are trying to
adjust their own bias.  We all have our own cognitive biases, so trying to
objectively look at anything is something even adults struggle with.  With
that being said, I think we just need to teach CRAAP – that is it.  I make
it very clear to my students that I don’t care what side they fall in on
any given topic – just that they find sources that meet the CRAAP
Checklist.   That they get good sources based on facts from people with
some expertise on the subject, not misinformation designed to persuade them
to one ideology or another.  In my opinion, CNN meets the criteria.  They
quote people with authority, cite sources, and check their facts.  For me,
mainstream media bias comes more from a desire to get ratings than promote
specific ideologies--but that might be my own cognitive bias at play.  My
worry is if we equate CNN and other mainstream media sites with some of the
really horrendous sites out there that have no journalistic standards in
place, that willfully dispense misinformation with no sources cited or
evidence given , then we are doing a disservice to students.  Most students
see things in black and white, and it would have to be made very clear that
CNN, despite its biases, is still a million times better than say the
Martin Luther King site (martinlutherking.org) that is produced by a White
Supremacy Group  (stormfront.org)--to give one example.



Just my two cents.



Now here is a little more of my cognitive bias at play  -- this would be a
great topic for a session at UELMA.  Anyone want to take it on?



Michelle Miles











On Thu, Nov 17, 2016 at 1:26 PM, Wilson, James <
James.Wilson at canyonsdistrict.org> wrote:

Unfortunately, the media is very biased and it has been proven over and
over again.  I doubt that most journalists would even deny this fact.  I do
not trust the media to be unbiased and have not for a very long time.  I
believe that we are doing our students a disservice if we do not teach them
that nothing is safe from bias, even the media and yes, CNN, among others.



http://www.mrc.org/special-reports/liberal-mediaevery-poll-shows-journalists-are-more-liberal-american-public-%E2%80%94-and



https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2014/05/06/just-7-percent-of-journalists-are-republicans-thats-far-less-than-even-a-decade-ago/



Jim



James Wilson, M. Ed

Library Media Specialist

Draper Park Middle School

13133 S 1300 E
Draper, UT 84020
Library:  801-826-6950
School:  801-826-6900



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*Date: *Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 9:07 AM
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*Subject: *Re: [Library Media] Resources to support youth in the
post-election climate



I'm not afraid, and of course my administration knows that CNN is a
reliable news source. I was not the one who showed the clip, it was shown
as part of the 6th grade curriculum.



My concern is that we are now at a time when people are choosing the facts
they wish to believe and dismissing valid journalism at too partisan. I do
think it is imperative that we teach the danger of siloizing our
information. But I'm not sure at which grade these concepts are cognitively
appropriate.  I begin teaching the CRAAP test and reliable sources in
fourth grade. This past election is ripe with examples of false information
but I'm wondering if using it would feel like an "attack" from the
"teacher's union". I'm being somewhat hyperbolic, but the ground for truth
feels a bit unstable at the moment.



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post-election climate



I am actually teaching the concept about finding reliable sources to the
7th grade this week.

One thing that I do is a short exercise to talk about how facts are
manipulated in order to express opinions and how opinions can be valid if
they are supported with facts.  I am lucky enough to get to talk to my
students all three years that they are at SOJO, so I hope that one of the
times the lesson sinks in.

When it comes to "lighting up the switchboard", I have tried to become
unafraid of teaching hard concepts (or buying books that may ruffle
feathers).  Maybe I am lucky enough to be in a supportive building, but I
have really tried to remember that if I am teaching the truth, if I am
following the curriculum, and following policy, that I shouldn't be afraid
should complaints come.  I don't try to be purposefully provocative - I
just mean that if I am doing nothing wrong, then I should not be afraid for
my job. I hope (HOPE) that your administrator understands that CNN is a
legit source of information and wouldn't threaten to fire you if you do use
it again and again.

Cindy Mitchell



On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 3:22 PM, Chris Haught <chrish at sedck12.org> wrote:

DaNae makes a great point. I have been using the resources in Utah's Online
Library, especially the Gale Databases. They have been pretty good about
keeping articles current.



On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 3:16 PM, Danae Leu <dleu at dsdmail.net> wrote:

So here is what I've been struggling with in relation to this election and
our position as the champion of seeking valid sources. How do we go about
addressing the the unfathomable amount of misinformation that was put forth
as fact and news on social media? How do we help this next generation
understand what it means to source information? How do we do without being
partisan? As part of 6th grade curriculum our classes viewed a news clip,
and a parent wrote in outraged that her daughter was shown something from
the Clinton News Network (CNN) and blamed the teacher's union for promoting
the "liberal" media. When we can't point to legitimate journalism as a
valid source how do we teach our students about sorting fact from biased
memes? When the person who is to head our country blames the coverage, not
his actions, every time he gets bad press. How do we talk about "what a
valid source is?" We need lesson plans that can do this without igniting
our school's switchboards.



DaNae Leu

Librariest

Snow Horse Elementary



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of enjoyment for each dollar spent. What I wonder is why everybody doesn't
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*Sent:* Wednesday, November 16, 2016 3:02:08 PM
*To:* Sarah Herron; Library Listserv
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post-election climate





*Thank you for this resource! I am hoping preventative measures can keep
negative incidents to a minimum in our communities. Here is an article from
Common Sense Media that I found helpful: *


*https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/what-should-we-tell-our-kids-be-tomorrows-leaders-today
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On 11/16/16, 2:36 PM, "Sarah Herron" <Sarah.Herron at slcschools.org
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wrote:

Libraries can play a key role in supporting youth who are fearful or
anxious, or who have been bullied, threatened, or assaulted following the
election last week.  In order to help library staff in this effort, YALSA
has compiled a list of free resources libraries can leverage to address
concerns that youth and their families are having.  These resources can be
accessed here:
http://wikis.ala.org/yalsa/index.php/Supporting_Youth_in_the_Post-2016_Election_Climate
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Please use them and share them widely, and thank you for all you do to
support young people!



*Sarah G. Herron *President, Utah Educational Library Media Association
Library Technology Teacher, M. Ed.
East High School
840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

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