This information literacy site is brought to you by the CILIP Information Literacy Group, and is ran by information professionals who are actively involved within the area. The website is a valuable resource for those wishing to find out about the latest developments in information literacy, providing news, case studies, examples of best practice, and freely available toolkits.
The ‘Post-truth experts’ page focuses on debunking misinformation and the issues regarding fake news. The portal provides contact details of a global network of misinformation experts.
Sheila Webber is an expert in information literacy, and alongside her work at the University of Sheffield, maintains a blog, available via the above link, ‘curating information literacy stories from around the world since 2005.’
Why not try out a fake news quiz? This website puts your information literacy skills to the test, providing a number of actual published news stories, which you have to decide whether they are real or fake.
The European network for Information Literacy (EnIL) is a network of researchers, drawn from a host of European countries, who are actively involved in Information Literacy research. The website offers a number of publications, networks, and activities focused around Information Literacy.