The Hot Topics for such Misinformation are generally Politics, Government Policies, Religion and various Scams and Hoaxes. Some websites have taken up the task of spreading awareness against rumors by presenting evidence and hard facts. Lets look at some of the best websites that help us distinguish between thee truth and rumors.
Whenever you need to study for an important test, google "site:edu [subject] exam". My econ teacher just taught me this trick. If you go to google and type in "site:edu production possibilities curve exam" for example, you get many different college exams featuring problems pertaining to that subject. And if you need to write a paper about something, just add filetype:pdf @Brandi Scott
See how Mike gets his hands dirty
Usos educativos de la narrativa digital: una experiencia de m-learning para la educación emocional
Bloomberg BusinessWeek article on MOCS: "As Online Learning Grows, the College Campus Lives On" (MOOCS not a threat to traditional institutions) http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-12-24/as-online-learning-grows-the-college-campus-lives-on
Just because we aren’t in school anymore doesn’t mean that we stop learning. I love checking out free online classes to learn a new skill or to help me solve a problem. There are so many helpful sites that are free or very cheap to use. This is great for stay at home moms, retirees, …