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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

The "End" of the Research Process

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

Arrow with know written on it as part of a circle of arrows

The research process is an iterative process.  While we may have reached "the end," you may need to go back to an earlier step in the process.  

Learning itself is an ongoing process, and hopefully this learning model helped you work through the process of finding and using information.


Some things to think about:

What did you learn throughout the process?

How did you integrate this new information into what you already know?

What new questions do you have as a result of this experience?

What will you do differently next time in finding and using information resources?