| --Understanding how knowledge is produced, disseminated
--Knowing how to formulate questions
--Knowing how to access information
--Knowing how to evaluate information
--Understanding how to make use of information
| --A scholarly process
--Question analysis and information seeking strategies
--Navigation of resource structures
--Determining credibility and validity. Is the amount of information gathered sufficient?
--Sensitivity to attribution and scholarly ethics
Anne Trubek, Integrating Information Literacy - Faculty Guide,
Five Colleges of Ohio, 2000
Chris Nelson, Beloit College Library,
adapted from Randy Hensley's ACRL/Wisconsin Immersion Session
How similar are the two above lists?
Is research something to hurry through to get to the final product, or is it part of the learning experience? If so, what did you learn? What were your most successful techniques for finding information? What did not work?
Additional discussion questions