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Information literacy and student research

Rosemary Hipkins

The second of three articles on research as a student learning activity.  Rosemary Hipkins explores the idea of "information literacy" and argues that different school subjects provide differences of context that students need to experience and learn to critique.

This article was incorporated into the NZCER Press book Learning to do research: Challenges for students and teachers.

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