Fact Check Tool Kit: Asking the Question
Getting good answers means asking good questions. We'll show you how.
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- Highlights (1:00) FREE!
- Asking the Question, Part 1 (6:00) FREE!
- Asking the Question, Part 2 (4:35) FREE!
Getting the facts straight sometimes means making some tough phone calls. We'll teach you how to pose questions to get prompt, accurate answers every time.
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has written for Marie Claire, CosmoGirl!, Town & Country
, and Good Houskeeping
. Her writing has also been included in the books Have I Got a Guy for You
and Backstage at a Movie Set
. She's written fashion copy for Elle
(UK), PR copy for various firms, and video scripts for Howcast.com and mediabistro.com.
Katherine has been contributing literary editor at Swing
, senior editor at Speak
, and editor-in-chief of (ai) performance for the planet
. She has also fact-checked for Vogue, Esquire, Newsweek International, Self
, and Teen People
and was associate research editor at Glamour
and research chief at Good Housekeeping
. She has appeared on TV, film, and stage as an improviser, storyteller, and actor.
photo credit: Susan Shacter
"Katherine's in-depth knowledge of fact-checking and her on-the-job anecdotes made this course both informative and fun
." -- Lisa Sabatini
"Katherine drew on many illustrative examples from her career as she led us through the basics and answered our questions. Her real-world examples were invaluable
, and she was always engaging." -- Dustin Smith
"Katherine is an industry veteran who can share as many useful tips as she can interesting anecdotes. I highly recommend her course
for anyone lost on how to get started in the magazine research world." -- Janine Yu
"I was very impressed.
I loved how Katherine balanced her anecdotes with more technical information -- it kept the class interesting." -- Jessica Feder, editorial assistant
, Country Living
"Katherine was very personable. Her anecdotes are enjoyable and helped me gain a better grasp
of how interesting the fact-checking process really can be." -- Daniel Quiterio, proofreader, JWT
"Katherine knows fact checking very well. She has a passion for it and she gets students excited
to share that passion." -- Daniel McCourt