Bahan Bukti Hasil Bengkel Penghasilan Literasi Maklumat 2011
Bengkel Penghasilan Modul Literasi Maklumat telah berjaya dilaksanakan pada 23 Jun 2011. Semua guru terlibat dan hasil modul telah dijilidkan untuk rujukan semua. Satu salinan telah dihantar ke BTPN Melaka sebagai bahan bukti perlaksanaan bengkel yang disarankan .
The Big 6 Skills Approach
The Big6 is a process model of how people of all ages solve an information problem. This page is an overview of the entire process.
Step 1: Task Definition
· What do I need to do?
· What do I need to know to do it?
· What do I need to find out and where will I find it?
· Read for background knowledge and topic development.
Step 2: Information Seeking Strategies
· Where can I find what I need to know?
· What resources can I use?
· What original ideas can I incorporate into my thesis?
Step 3: Location and Access
· Where can I find these resources? ...in the school library? ...on the Internet? ...do I know an expert on the subject?
· After I find the book, magazine, Web site, or expert, what do I need to find out?
· Collect just the information you will actually use for the project at this point in the process.
Step 4: Use the Information
· Engage. This is wereh you read, listen, watch your source of information.
· Extract. This is where you pick out the best parts of the information that are useful to you and your topic. Extract only the best information.
Step 5: Synthesis
· What can I do to finish the job?
· How can I organize these pieces of information?
· How can I present this information so that it is clear to my audience? ...so that they understand what I understand?
Step 6: Evaluation
· Organize from multiple sources.
· Present the information.
· Credit your sources
· How did I do with the project?
· Did I have trouble finding information?
· Was I able to organize it so that it made sense to others?
· What did I learn about the topic and about how to do research more effectively next time?
* These steps are part of The Big Six, a process developed by Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert T. Berkkowitz of Syracuse University.
Source: Eisenberg, M.B. and Berkowitz, R.E., Information Problem-Solving: