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Presentamos en este artículo una aproximación contextual del fenómeno de las noticias falsas en relación con el campo de la información y la documentación y el papel que los profesionales del sector podemos ejercer eficaz y eficientemente. Hacemos una descripción de iniciativas y proyectos, tanto de las instituciones bibliotecarias y de sus profesionales, como de los sectores de la educación y de la comunicación, también afectados e involucrados en la problemática de las noticias falsas y de la posverdad. En las conclusiones planteamos la necesaria revisión de una serie de prácticas y actividades desarrolladas hasta ahora, la participación y colaboración con otros sectores profesionales implicados, y la potenciación de proyectos de formación en competencias digitales y mediáticas.

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Published on 05/12/18
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Volume 27, Issue 6, 2018
DOI: 10.3145/epi.2018.nov.17
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