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Information Literacy

Steps to becoming information literate in the twenty first century.
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NoraAnn Walsh

on 11 March 2011

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Transcript of Information Literacy

INFORMATION LITERACY How can you become information literate? Know what information you need. One has to start somewhere so organizing your ideas is key! One has to start somewhere so organizing your ideas is key! Use graphic organizers and other techniques to stay organized One has to start somewhere so organizing your ideas is key! There are an unlimited amount of resources out there and one has to know where to start. Make sure that the information collected is truthful and correct. Understand the information collected to ensure crediability. Share resources with others on social bookmarking sites. Use PowerPoint, Prezi and other techniques to share your findings with others. Collaborate with others and receive incite with sites like Wiki. Locate your information. Are the sources reliable? Comprehend what you have discovered. Collaborate with others! Misinformation has to be avoided! Save resources which you find helpful for further use.
Use graphic organizers and other techniques to stay organized
Use the databases, online dictionaries/encyclopedias and other online resources to locate information. Use online sources such as noodletools to keep resources organized and cited.
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