The ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for the issue or problem at hand.
*Define the need for information
*Relate the current problem to prior knowledge
*Organize to search
*Identify potential resources
* Identify most useful resources
*Search for relevant information in resources
*Refine and organize information
*Analyze information retrieved
* Use information for the intended purpose
A+ Writing and Research Skills for High School Students-- from the Internet Public Library
Which of these would be better to use for a
research paper on CLONING?
This is what the world looks like - with and without fact-checking
Key differences in MLA 8th Edition
KnightCite -- from Calvin College
Noodle Tools Quick Cite -- from NoodleTools, Inc.
Soquel High School's Citation Guide
Using Modern Language Association (MLA) Format -- From Purdue Univ.