Thanks to MaryJean Moser for the excellent presentation on determining what’s real and fake when it comes to news stories. Below you can download her presentation or view in Google Slides.
Collaborators on this presentation
MaryJean Moser has been involved in training and education in one way or another
for over 40 years. After six years as a high school English teacher, she spent two
years in the Peace Corps as a community trainer. In her 14-year corporate career, she
worked for various Bell System companies in all aspects of communications, training,
and professional development. In her 20 years at Bucknell University, she has worked in the
Library and in the Education Department.
Pat Scott is the Librarian for the School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications and also serves as the College Archivist. Her professional interests include archival management, book preservation, and emergency preparedness for libraries and archives. In 2009, Pat was among the delegation of U.S. archivists who visited China to meet with archivists in Beijing and Shanghai as part of a People to People Ambassadors program. She has visited libraries in Cairo and St. Petersburg, Russia.
Joanna Huxster is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.From 2015 until the summer of 2017, Joanna worked at Bucknell in a Postdoctoral Research position that focused on the nature of public understanding of science.