Social journalism research helps explain how information is verified on Twitter

Hermida, a founding member of the BBCNews.com team who now serves as an associate professor at the University of British Columbia‚Äôs Graduate School of Journalism, also recently presented a paper at the International Symposium on Online Journalism about A Full Story »

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