In this video, Prof. Christine Bruce explains that being information literate give you critical and strategic approaches to solve problems.
It's you who need to decide using which type (e.g. research or non-research based) of information to support ideas, claims, and proposals that you propose in your research task.
In this video, Prof. Christine Bruce explains that being able to evaluate information in leisure, home, or professional situations is an essential skill.
Our information world is always changing, and shelf-life of most information is no more than two years!