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The I-LEARN Model

Guide which describes and provides example of a learning model to support student critical thinking and research skills

Welcome

Welcome to your guide for WRD 111

[Guide used in research study, Spring 2013. Link to current WRD 111 Guide for UK Students.]

This guide will connect you with resources to find journal articles, newspaper articles, books, and other sources.

This guide is structured around the I-LEARN information use and learning model (Neuman, 2011).  The tabs above will take you through each step of the process of finding, evaluating, and using information.

each phase of the I-LEARN model listed in a circle of arrows

Have any questions?  Just ask me or use the Ask Us service, as we're glad to help!

Library Information

These links connect you to key information about using UK Libraries.  

For more information, visit
UK Libraries' website.

Use of the I-LEARN Model

This example shows how the I-LEARN model can help you work through a topic.

Librarian

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Stacey Greenwell
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Email me your questions or schedule an appointment for an online or in person consultation.

About this Guide

This guide is part of dissertation research being conducted by Stacey Greenwell in Spring 2013.

Debbie Sharp created the original WRD 110/111 guide.

For more information about the I-LEARN model:

Neuman, D. (2011). Learning in information-rich environments: I-LEARN and the construction of knowledge in the 21st century.  New York: Springer.