We are always seeking information, but information is not knowledge. Our ability to find and use information helps us reach conclusions, make decisions, and communicate more effectively, become knowledgeable. As students gather information to reach a conclusion or support a hypothesis, they develop lifelong skills of information fluency. Research means "to seek out again," and its purpose is to bring together old and new information and documented recent opinions to support your thesis statement. The research process includes the ability to gather information, evaluate it, organize it, and present it.
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