Students will understand how to create a flexible search strategy for an assignment
S.1. Utilize divergent (brainstorming) and convergent (e.g., selecting the best source) thinking when searching;
S. 2. match information needs and search strategies to appropriate search tools; and
S. 3. use different types of searching language appropriately.
K. 1. Realize that information sources vary greatly in content and format and have varying relevance and value; and
K. 2. recognize the value of browsing and persistence.
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