Paradoxically, the Internet has made it both easier and harder to find “truth.” Almost everything we could ever want to know is available online, but how can we tell the good sources from the bad ones, discern fact from assumption, and distinguish “fake news” from the real thing? And how can we effectively communicate with others when discussing or debating public issues in the news?

Veteran journalist and educator Mark Timney will explore these questions and share strategies for evaluating news sources in the rapidly changing digital information age at a program at the Craftsbury Public Library (12 Church Lane, Craftsbury Common) on Sunday, June 24 at 6pm. This program is hosted in collaboration with the Vermont Humanities Council. For more information, please contact the library at 586-9683 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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