"Presentations from Dr. Nicole A. Cooke, Dr. Stephanie Craft, Dr. Barbara M. Jones, and Dr. Rachel M. Magee focused on defining fake news and discussing how it relates to literacy and information behavior."
"Detect Fakes is an MIT research project based on Kaggle's Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC)." Visitors are challenged to detect which videos have been manipulated. After you complete 10, you can see how you have done compared to others.
"Facititious was developed by the American University JoLT team to playfully show how to detect fake news. We culled all stories from the internet, but they have been condensed and edited for game, education, and commentary purposes."
The database Opposing Viewpoints features a brief overview of the topic and contains relevant journal, magazine, and news articles. They also have recommended video, audio, website, and statistical resources about fake news.
This link takes you to the overview article on Fake News in the database Points of View Reference Center. The "Related Information" box on the left side of the page contains links to more resources (journal, magazine, news articles, etc.) on the subject.