Learning to Learn: A Guide to Becoming Information Literate (2nd Revised edition)
By: Ann Marlow Riedling (author)Paperback
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In today's world, students and workers need to know much more than just how to "use" a computer or "surf" the Internet. As an educator, you assume the awesome responsibility of helping them master essential information literacy skills to succeed in the high-speed environment in which we live. This simple, step-by-step guide is the perfect tool to accomplish that task! It is designed to help students - from middle school through beginning college - move through the research process proficiently. Original exercises reinforce the discussion using the individual student's unique ideas and interests. Students will learn the meaning of "information literacy," and how to: locate the "right" information; use traditional and online libraries; evaluate and identify authoritative sources; cite sources properly; and, turn research papers into something that displays their own ideas and ingenuity. The companion Web site features links to valuable Web pages, printable exercises, and additional instructional resources.
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2nd Revised edition
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