This course, a joint effort by Poynter's NewsU and the American Press Institute, is deisgned to help you gain the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to begin or improve a high-quality fact-checking program — independently or in an organization. For those already involved in fact-checking, this course offers instruction on advancing and enhancing those efforts.
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