You have your own unique talents in information interaction – capitalize on them!

Every one of us has our own particular strengths when it comes to information interaction. These qualities might be acquired skills such as information literacy or technical search skills, but they may also be more inherent aptitudes. Certainly the way you look for, run into and use information would be a consequence of the context, search task and situation surrounding you and the information piece. A quick routine check on Google is a quick routine check on Google, something every one of us would likely conduct in a somewhat similar fashion. If we examine overall patterns across a wide range of contexts, however, we may discover general trends ...

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