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Self-Assessment Check

Become engaged by browsing resources to define my own interest in a issue, problem or idea.
Activate what I know by recalling prior knowledge to help my understanding of new learning.
Define my focus by using an organizer to clarify my particular issue, problem or idea.
Plan my search by creating a timeline and prioritizing likely resources.
Locate sources by using flexible search strategies to find electronic, print and human resources.
Select data by identifying the value of a source and what is relevant within a source.
Record data by using a notetaking format which allows me to organize and compare data from multiple sources.
Manage my confusion and frustration by tolerating ambiguity and valuing complexity.
Communicate by sharing my own conclusions and new understandings with others.
Credit others by citing their intellectual property.
Extend my learning by reflecting on my process and my product.