Writing and Information Competency in Small Bytes

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Writing, Information Competency, and Critical Thinking in the Age of Information

Navigation Model of Information Competency

1

2

Exigency: Need to Know and Communicate

8

3

Define the research topic

10

4

Determine the information requirements needed

13

5

Locate and retrieve relevant information

16

6

Evaluate information

28

7

Organize and synthesize information

29

8

Communicating Results of Research

31

9

Writing Stages

33

10

Technological tools to facilitate writing

44

11

Using Research in Writing: Using MLA Style

46

12

Judge the product and the process

54

  Works Cited

55

 


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John A. Cagle, Ph.D.
Summer Bridge Program
California State University, Fresno

1998 by John A. Cagle, Professor of Communication, California State University, Fresno.

This information competency website was designed by John A. Cagle (Department of Communication) and Ross LaBaugh (Librarian) as part of a grant from the California State University.  It continues to be under construction.