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Information Seeking Strategies
What Sources Can You Use?
Location and Access
Based on the Big 6 Information Literacy Model
by: Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz
The BIG 6
Use the Information
Stop and Think...
What do I need to know or
be able to do?
What information do I need?
Which sources answer your question best?
Elminate the sources you do not need.
Locate the sources you have chosen.
Find the information you need by using the sources.
Use the card catalog
At the Library
Ask a librarian for help.
Listen to, look at, investigate, and read your sources.
Look for information that answers your question or helps you meet your goal.
Organize your information.
Present the information.
Judge your work
What grade would you give yourself?
Judge your research process
What did you do well?
What could you have done better?
What did you learn?
Eisenberg, Mike. (2011). Introducing the Big6.
Mock, Jennifer. (2012). "The Big6 will save the misson!"
"Web search strategies in plain English." (n.d.)