Information Expert Passport Program - expert learning modules
Skills to be learned for each information literacy area
Information Literacy Area
Defining information needs
As an expert, you can plan and structure a research topic with confidence. You generate new knowledge and continually adapt the information requirements.
You can develop complex searches and reliably evaluate the quality of your search syntax (precision, recall). You are able to produce a systematic literature review.
You critically question information within the context of your knowledge base and select it for your research based on objective and comprehensible criteria.
Processing & Presenting Information
You are familiar with the publication process and the editors' assessment criteria. You can confidently use an academic writing style and visualize your research results. You have extensive knowledge of data storage and documentation.