Solving information-based problems: Evaluating sources and information

@article{BrandGruwel2011SolvingIP,
  title={Solving information-based problems: Evaluating sources and information},
  author={S. Brand-Gruwel and M. Stadtler},
  journal={Learning and Instruction},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={175-179}
}
Abstract The focus of this special section is on the processes involved when solving information-based problems. Solving these problems requires from people that they are able to define the information problem, search and select usable and reliable sources and information and synthesise information into a coherent body of knowledge. An important aspect throughout the whole search process is the critical evaluation of sources and information. Evaluation processes are of particular importance… Expand
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