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  • Wednesday, March 10, 2021
  • 10:00am – 11:30am
  • Free
  • #NISO
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The information community is well aware of the need to establish that content is credible, authoritative, and trustworthy. However, communicating this is increasingly challenging in a world where technology can make fake information “plausible” or when the need for rapid dissemination precludes the usual safeguards of peer review. How can we communicate these important limits and nuances to those who search for and use the information we provide? How can we best handle provenance tracking? Who is responsible for, and who should be held accountable for verification processes? Do we need better guidelines and, if so, who should be at the table negotiating those? In this webinar, experts across the information community will share their concerns and success stories. 

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Beth Staats

Reference Outreach & Instruction Librarian