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FYHS 102AE/WSUN 102F: First-Year Seminar: Facts, Opinions, and Why They Both Matter

This guide assists research and learning for FYHS 102E and Honors WSUN 102F Facts, Opinions, and Why Both Matter

Media Literacy

According to the National Association of Media Literacy Education, media literacy is "the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using all forms of communication." Media literacy enables people to be active citizens who can think critically about the various forms of media that they encounter and who can communicate effectively in different contexts.

Source: "Media Literacy Defined." NAMLE. National Association of Media Literacy Education.

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Welcome to Facts, Opinions, and Why They Both Matter

Welcome to the library guide for the first-year seminar, Facts, Opinions, and Why They Both Matter. This guide gathers major resources for this course, especially the newspapers and news websites that are at the very foundation of the course.

Below are listed other key guides to consult for your work in this class:

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