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1. Task Definition
1.1 Define the information problem
1.2 Identify information needed
2. Information Seeking Strategies
2.1 Determine all possible sources
2.2 Select the best sources
3. Location and Access
3.1 Locate sources (intellectually and physically)
3.2 Find information within sources
4. Use of Information
4.1 Engage (e.g., read, hear, view, touch)
4.2 Extract relevant information
5.1 Organize from multiple sources
5.2 Present the information
6.1 Judge the product (effectiveness)
6.2 Judge the process (efficiency)
Big6 and Super3 Handout - The "Big6™" is copyright © (1987)
Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz. For more information, visit:
www.big6.com Super3 information from http://academic.wsc.edu/redl/classes/tami/super3.html created by Tami J. Little. Handout created by: Barbara J. Shoemaker, School Media Specialist, Mill Road Elementary, K-2 Red Hook Central School District, Red Hook, NY
Use this video to share with your faculty and students (ages 3-8) to help them learn the process of The Super 3.
Principles for Evaluating Websites
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