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ED 622: Research in Education: Welcome

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Information Literacy Student Learning Outcomes

Information Literacy concepts and Student Learning Outcomes addressed in this research guide and the associated assignments include:

Information as a Creation Process
SLO: Students will be able to identify different formats appropriate to research topic.

Information Has Value
 Students will be able to acknowledge words and ideas of others through proper attribution and citation.


Searching as Strategic Exploration
SLO: Students will be able to match information needs and search strategies to appropriate search tools.

SLO: Students will be able to manage searching processes and results effectively.

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