Reading Standard IV, Reference Skills
Lesson 460, Using Information Sources
Identifying the appropriate research reference source in which specific information is found
Identifying the appropriate everyday reference source in which specific information is found
Locating, gathering, analyzing, and evaluating information to be used in real world tasks.
Locating, gathering, analyzing, and evaluating information to be used for self-improvement.
Reading and analyzing material written for a general audience to meet personal goals, e.g., individual
Analyzing the validity and reliability of primary source information and using the information appropriately.
Doing research using both print materials and online resources
Recognizing and using organizational features of printed text, other media, and electronic information (parts of a text, citations, endnotes, bibliographic references, microprint, laser discs, hypertext, CD-ROM, keyword searches, bulletin boards, e-mail)
Locating and evaluating information sources (print materials, databases, CD-ROM, references, Internet information, electronic reference works, community and government data, television and radio resources, audio and visual materials)