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Information Literacy for Seneca Faculty: Information Creation as Process

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Information Creation as Process

Information is created to share a message using different formats. The dynamic processes of researching, creating, revising, and sharing information impacts the usefulness of the final product. Learn more.

Learning Objectives

Key sentence: Novice learners begin to recognize the significance of the creation process, leading them to increasingly sophisticated choices when matching information products with their information needs

Learning Objectives
Learners who are developing their information literate abilities will be able to:

  • match an information need with an appropriate format;
  • articulate traditional and emerging ways of information creation and sharing in the discipline;
  • recognize that the value of information may be perceived differently based on the format and context


Classroom Activities