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BIG SIX RESEARCH MODEL

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BIG SIX RESEARCH MODEL
Step 1
Task Definition
- Determine the problem or question that needs to be answered
- What do I need to learn about the topic?
Step 2
Information Seeking Strategies

- What type of information do I need to find?
- Which information source will be the most relevant to answer my questions?
Step 3
Location and Access

- Where will I find the information I need?
- How do I find the information inside the resources I want to use?
Step 4
Use of Information

- Does the information I found answer my questions?
- Is the information reliable?
- How do I combine information from different resources?

Understanding Plagiarism
http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism/
Step 5
Synthesis
(Putting it all together)

- How can I organize the information I located?
- What presentation format should I use to demonstrate what I have learned?
Resource
NC WISE OWL
www.ncwiseowl.org
Library Resources
- Print Resources:
- Encyclopedias
- Magazines
- Books
- Reference materials by subject
Step 6
Evaluate

- Did I answer my questions and solve problems?
- What did I learn about my topic?
- Did my presentation format make it easy to understand what I have learned?
-Will I do anything different next time?
Sources
Big 6 Graphics:
www.openworkshop.pbworks.com

NC Wise Owl Introduction. (2013). Available at:www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6naP_N-n81

Big 6. (2013). Available at www.big6.com
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