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Lesson 2: Information Literacy The Nine Course Objectives 1. Develop a solid understanding of the research-or inquiry process 2. Learn how to identify and articulate a complex question that will drive your  inquiry 3. Learn about the variety of information sources available for research and  accessible through the Concordia Libraries or the Internet 4. Learn to design and apple effective search strategies for each of the different  retrieval tools geared to scholarly research 5. Learn how to be a critical consumer of information by evaluating the quality and  suitability of sources for a specific topic using established criteria 6. Learn how to organize your sources into a logical and effective manner through  the construction of a working bibliography listing all of the potentially relevant  sources you have found in your research 7.
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