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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
First, choose a problem or question that can be addressed using information.
What interests you?
What is a suitable topic for your assignment?
What is a research question appropriate for the scope of your assignment?
Find Background Information
As you identify relevant keywords related to your topic, it may be helpful to find some background information to gain a good overview and better understanding of the context of your topic. Conducting some brief background research can help you in finding additional terminology related to your topic, as well as specific events, dates, and names related to your topic.