The eufactcheck flowchart, which is available for download here (see form at the bottom of this page), was developed for the eufactcheck project by Wouter Frateur and Frederik Marain, both from AP University College, Antwerp, Belgium.
Some important remarks:
- The fact-check flowchart is an educational tool for Journalism students and their teachers. It does not claim to be the factchecking methodology for journalists
- The methodology of the flowchart has been tested by all participants in this project, who have all provided valuable comments and additions
- The fact-check flowchart is a work in progress. Your comments and suggestions to make it more rigorous are very welcome (info AT eufactcheck dot eu)
- The fact-check flowchart is provided here for use by Journalism teachers and their students. If you use it, please have the courtesy to attribute the source:
Frateur, Wouter, & Marain, Frederik (2019). A Fact Check Flow Chart for the Eufactcheck project (Powered by Ejta). AP University College working paper, Antwerp