[NOTE: This is an archived event and is kept here for informational purposes so you can see information about past events and have an idea of what future events might be held. For those interested in current and upcoming events, see our Upcoming Library Events page.] April 1, 2015. 5:30pm - 6:15pm. Salmon Library 111. An April Fool's Day special. Doug will combine a humorous look at some very poor science news coverage in a world of newspapers, magazines, blogs, local news, and more with a discussion of the very real issue of finding high quality science resources (from those aimed at neophytes to sources aimed at PhDs) in a world where a tiny relation between A and B can result in headlines like, "A HAS CHEMICALS IN IT!" to "WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT B CAN KILL YOUR CHILDREN!". There are lots of free, or generally open, sources to find out good information about science...and there are lots of free, or generally open, sources of science misinformation. Find out how to go beyond the pay-wall journal article without going insane. This talk is open to all! Anyone with questions can feel free to contact Doug Bolden at firstname.lastname@example.org. This talk is part of our Spring 2015 Refined Researcher series. For other talks in the series, see this flyer: These, and other upcoming events, can be seen at our "Upcoming Library Events" page.