The information search process

The library is about to teach grade 8 the information search process according to Carol Kuhlthau (2004). We were asked by the students if we could outsource our presentation on the blog. It makes us happy!
Working with the information search process helps you developing vital skills, for example become more aware of and responsible for your own learning process, create better work plans, manage feeling of uncertainty and stress, know when it might be a good idea to ask for help etcetera. You also learn that you are not alone in the process, since most people are experiencing it. Here you can read the library’s presentation:

The information search process

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