Faculty notes: Why fake news can be great news for a University? Prof. Clampitt has the answer
“Researchers trained at universities separate factual health claims from those with sometimes dubious aims. University students, regardless of their discipline, should learn to respect this process and become less prone to outrageous claims that are not backed by facts,” says UW-Green Bay Prof. Phil Clampitt. Read his column, “Why Fake News Can Be Great News for Universities,” on the National Communication Association website. Clampitt offers three lessons.