"Searching for information is often nonlinear and iterative, requiring the evaluation of a range of information sources and the mental flexibility to pursue alternate avenues as new understanding develops" (ACRL, Searching as Strategic Exploration).
Relevant learning concepts:
What is the scope of the research question?
What questions would guide the information search?
What type(s) of information would be relevant?
Who might produce this information (e.g. scholars, organizations, governments)?
Title: Cut and Paste Description:A database search strategy is printed out, and each line is printed on a separate slip of paper. Students "reconstruct" the search strategy in small groups. Resource Type: Classroom activity Original Author(s): Erin Watson Added: 05/31/2017 By:firstname.lastname@example.org Frame(s):Searching effectively