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The recent brouhaha over the term “alternate facts” makes it seem like everything people have been reading in the media and online has been true up until Trump was elected president. Librarians have always known better.
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“The recent brouhaha over the term “alternate facts” makes it seem like everything people have been reading in the media and online has been true up until Trump was elected president. Librarians have always known better.”
—Doug Johnson

“When it comes to millennials, they almost always trust and remember user-generated content on social media over what they see in the mainstream media.”
—Lisa Nielsen

“Try to find something new about each student that you may have missed over the first half of the year.”
—Henry Thiele

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