How college students find and use information [Infographic]

Posted by reyjunco on November 26, 2012 in Infographic |

My friends over at Project Information Literacy have just released this infographic to summarize their recent research on how college students find and use information. Data in this infographic come from PIL’s publications Balancing Act: How College Students Manage Technology While in the Library during Crunch Time and Truth Be Told: How College Students Evaluate and Use Information in the Digital AgeIf you are interested in college students and information literacy, check out PIL’s other reports here.

Project Information Literacy Research Infographic

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  • I encourage use of wikipedia in my anatomy courses. If I find something misleading, inaccurate, or incomplete I login and edit the article.

  • Scott P

    That’s dumb.

  • A solid argument Scott. Raises a good point that trolls do exist on Wikipedia.

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