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TruthQuester! Badge

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You can print posters on campus! ​

  • Posters can be printed at Copies Plus in the Student Center
  • Library Makerspace prints posters.Submit using the form in the Poster Design Guide

Student-created 
Images/Memes

Student Sample 1

Meme that contains a cartoon character (a Minion) waving at the reader. The text reads: Don't trust everything you see. Even salt looks like sugar. Under the meme the text reads: Not everything you find on the internet is correct or a good source!

Student Sample 2

Image of a young man looking up with rainbow cloud background. Text reads: Think for yourself. Reach your own conclusions.

Student Sample 3

Image of a blue post-it and a bias free zone symbol with an arrow to the Shapiro Library logo. The text on the post-it says: You can never be too certain. So question the source.

Student Sample 4

CNN logo with text: Not the bad beneath it. In the center is the ABC news logo with the words Trust the Good beneath it. On the right is the Info Wars logo with the words Not the bad beneath it.

Putting it Together


  1. Create a visual image or a meme that shows your main takeaway from this TruthQuester! badging adventure. The image may include screenshots, photos, tables, text, etc. from any information source, a library database, or a photo you take/find and edit. Include a personal caption. 
    • You may use a PowerPoint slide to create your image, then save as a jpeg to insert in your poster
    • You may use a collage maker app to create your image, save as a jpeg and insert in your poster
    • Or you may use any software or tech tool you are comfortable with to create your image
  2. Include the image you create in the box at the bottom of your poster template. Be sure to add a caption!
  3. You will upload your infographic poster as part of the quiz on the next page

Sample "TruthQuest" learning highlight images are included below.

Example 1

A picture of a magazine stand. The text reads: Most issues are complex. find multiple perspectives

Example 2

Poster on left of faces that says: Too much info clouding over my head. Statista info graphic with two red circles showing text: US gun deaths outnumber total war dead. Star on right that says:Visuals help make information understandable.

Shana Sample Creative

Example 3

Bar graph with text saying: Leading video viewing genres among Millennials in the United States as of April 2018 by device. Text on the right reads: Databases have so much information! My favorite: Statista Databases have so much information