In the Media

Harley, J.M. (2017). Subjugation or collaboration? A.I. in education today and in the future [invited talk] Can*Con 2017: Literary Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention. Retrieved from

Getting past the “post” in truth: Tools for beating fake news and identifying fact from fiction [public talk]. (2017, October 5). Edmonton Public Library. Retrieved from

Cropping the truth: a panel on fake news. Hosted in conjunction with cutline: From the photography archives of the Globe and Mail [public panel]. (2017, July 12). Alberta Gallery of Art. Retrieved from

Spotting fake news [radio news broadcast]. (2017, July 12). CBC News, Edmonton AM. Retrieved from

Marie-Ève DuSablon [television news broadcast]. (2017, July 11). Les fausses nouvelles sous la loupe au Musée des beaux-arts de l'Alberta. Radio-Canada: Le Téléjournal. Retrieved from [16:55-19:21] and

Mertz, E. [television news broadcast]. (2017, May 26). Why Instagram may make some people feel unhappy. Global News. Retrieved from

Grummett, D. [television news broadcast]. (2017, May 17). RCMP investigating apparent ‘fight club’. CTV News. Retrieved from

McKenna, N. (April, 2017). Fake news and surviving a post-truth world. New Trail, (pp. 3). Retrieved from

Gillmore, M. (2017, March/April). Fake News: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction. TEACH Magazine, (pp. 7-9). Retrieved from

Hart, C. (2017, February 9). App in development for Edmonton LGBTQ history. The Gateway. Retrieved from

McKenna, N. (2017, January 27). ‘Alternative Facts’? We don’t buy it. Neither should you. U Alberta, New Trail. Retrieved from

Wong, J. [television news broadcast]. (2017, January 15). Edmonton queer history app being developed. Global News. Retrieved from

Lingley, S. (2017, January 10). A pocket-size guide to local queer history. Illuminate Magazine. Retrieved from

McMaster, G. (2017, January 9). Trustworthy advice for a post-truth world. University of Alberta News. Retrieved from

Clancy, C. (2016, December 2016). Year in Review: Recapping the most memorable social media moments. Edmonton Journal. Retrieved from

When news seems too outrageous to be true [radio news broadcast]. (2016, December 19). CBC News, Edmonton AM. Retrieved from

Betkowski, B. (2016, December 9). What the gamer/psychologist wants for the holidays. University of Alberta News. Retrieved from

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