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K-State Today

April 14, 2017

Video: Breaking your news bubble

Submitted by Communications and Marketing

From Facebook and Twitter, blogs and more, today there are no shortage of ways to get news. However, discerning what is reliable and finding news of differing points of view, can be challenging — in effect, creating a news bubble that can be hard to break.

Kansas State University librarians Sara K. Kearns and Daniel Ireton share how K-Staters can pop that news bubble.

More resources are available at guides.lib.k-state.edu/breakingyournewsbubble.

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