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The world is awash in information, much of it useless or downright wrong. How's a person supposed to navigate their way to the good stuff?

Cue "A Matter of Facts," a new podcast from Delaware Humanities that acts as a guidepost to identify trustworthy news and information.

The first podcast features a conversation between host Nancy Karibjanian, director of UD's  Center for Political Communication, and Dr. Joan DelFattore, professor emeritus of English and Legal Studies at UD.  DelFattore is exploring how we decide what we believe and how we react when our beliefs are challenged. 

In the second podcast,  Dr. Danilee Ofri talks about how to find the best information on our health and our heathcare and how we can better communicate with our own doctor.

The podcast was launched in March in partnership with Delaware Public Media with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Pulitzer Prize. Delaware Humanities is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Story published on 4/14/2018 ; last modified on  
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  • The Journalism Program
  • 207 Memorial Hall
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • 302-831-3870
  • journalism@udel.edu