4. The learning to learn frame

Reflecting something may not always give us a straightforward picture.

Reflecting something may not always give us a straightforward picture.

“The things that we learned are no longer enough”. (from Transmission by Joy Division)­

This section asks what it means to think like an information literate professional, how can knowledge be appropriately constructed, and what is the personal relevance of information literacy to you. It asks you to reflect on what makes effective research practice in your particular context.

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Podcast 4A: Information, knowledge and education

Podcast 4B: Cognitive bias

Examples of cognitive bias

Link to The Centre for Conspiracy Culture

Stroop test

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