A2: Identify and Prioritise Research - Coggle Diagram
A2: Identify and Prioritise Research
Being able to change the colour of
paragraphs using ID selectors
Being able to change text font and size as well using CSS, as well as be able to put text in Italics and Bold.
Choosing specific words and being able to change the colour using class selectors (specific words)
Being able to change colours of entire paragraphs and headings using tag selectors.
How to combat fake news
Spreading the word about fake sites
Bringing these websites down
Identifying Fake News
Consequences of Fake news
How it affects the community
Examples of Fake news
How it changes our daily life
About Fake News
How is it spread?
Tweets (On TWITTER)
Since people do not pay attention and check reliability of sources, they share news without paying specific attention to the news.
Misinformation. Sometimes people misinterpret real things, and make conclusions based on false information. Another example of misinformation can be small errors in facts. While these may not seem as bad as proper fake news, these spread as fast, and can be as harmful as fake news.
Fake website blogs, which generally don't have author names, or false credentials
How is it made?
It is made by creating domains which look as similar to real websites as possible.