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This commentary article aims to introduce the University of Ottawa Library’s COVID-19 Misinformation Toolkit which has two objectives. The first is to provide direct links to COVID-19 related library materials. The second is to create open educational resources, including details of the authors’ systematic review on COVID-19 misinformation on social media, and interviews with interdisciplinary experts regarding COVID-19 misinformation. The toolkit is available on the library website in both English and French.
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