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The Simple Four: An Information Problem-Solving Model

The Simple Four: An Information Problem-Solving Model From South Carolina's School Library Media Services, this site offers several easy-to-use documents demonstrating the Simple Four method of doing research. The steps include planning, acting, organizing and reflecting on information gathered.
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The Simple Four: An Information Problem-Solving Model


From South Carolina's School Library Media Services, this site offers several easy-to-use documents demonstrating the Simple Four method of doing research. The steps include planning, acting, organizing and reflecting on information gathered. There is an overview of the Simple Four system plus charts depicting how the Simple Four may be used in core subject areas and how the process supports information literacy. Another chart correlates the Simple Four with technology skills.

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