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
http://can-con.org/cc/schedule/schedule/

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
https://epl.bibliocommons.com/events/search/fq=types:(57fe8849e2c0a00100ce6fe3)/event/59b2c2ff5bb2eb250018a2e5

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
http://www.youraga.ca/aga-events/cropping-the-truth-a-panel-on-fake-news/1499886000/

Spotting fake news [radio news broadcast]. (2017, July 12). CBC News, Edmonton AM. Retrieved from
http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/993906243754

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
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/tele/le-telejournal-alberta/2016-2017/episodes/385322/episode-du-11-juillet-2017 [16:55-19:21] and http://beta.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1044720/fausses-nouvelles-musee-beaux-arts-alberta-globe-mail-panel?fromBeta=true

Mertz, E. [television news broadcast]. (2017, May 26). Why Instagram may make some people feel unhappy. Global News. Retrieved from
http://globalnews.ca/video/3482662/why-instagram-may-make-some-people-feel-unhappy

Grummett, D. [television news broadcast]. (2017, May 17). RCMP investigating apparent ‘fight club’. CTV News. Retrieved from
http://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1126969

McKenna, N. (April, 2017). Fake news and surviving a post-truth world. New Trail, (pp. 3). Retrieved from
https://www.ualberta.ca/newtrail/spring-2017/bear-country/fake-news-and-surviving-a-post-truth-world

Gillmore, M. (2017, March/April). Fake News: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction. TEACH Magazine, (pp. 7-9). Retrieved from
http://issuu.com/teachmag/docs/teach_marapr2017?e=2372208/46801553

Hart, C. (2017, February 9). App in development for Edmonton LGBTQ history. The Gateway. Retrieved from
https://thegatewayonline.ca/2017/02/yeg-lgbtq-app/

McKenna, N. (2017, January 27). ‘Alternative Facts’? We don’t buy it. Neither should you. U Alberta, New Trail. Retrieved from
https://www.ualberta.ca/newtrail/featurestories/alternative-facts

Wong, J. [television news broadcast]. (2017, January 15). Edmonton queer history app being developed. Global News. Retrieved from
http://globalnews.ca/news/3183002/edmonton-queer-history-app-being-developed/

Lingley, S. (2017, January 10). A pocket-size guide to local queer history. Illuminate Magazine. Retrieved from
http://illuminate.ualberta.ca/content/pocket-size-guide-local-queer-history

McMaster, G. (2017, January 9). Trustworthy advice for a post-truth world. University of Alberta News. Retrieved from
https://www.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2017/january/trustworthy-advice-for-a-post-truth-world

Clancy, C. (2016, December 2016). Year in Review: Recapping the most memorable social media moments. Edmonton Journal. Retrieved from
http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/year-in-review-recapping-the-most-memorable-social-media-moments

When news seems too outrageous to be true [radio news broadcast]. (2016, December 19). CBC News, Edmonton AM. Retrieved from
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/programs/edmontonam/when-news-seems-too-outrageous-to-be-true-1.3905370

Betkowski, B. (2016, December 9). What the gamer/psychologist wants for the holidays. University of Alberta News. Retrieved from
https://www.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2016/december/what-the-gamer-psychologist-wants-for-the-holidays

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