Firstly, let's recap what we've already learnt through InfosmART.
Having completed Module 1, you are now able to:
>> Identify key sources of information from a wider set.
>> Identify the value and differences of potential resources in a variety of formats.
>> Explain the relative values of searching and browsing.
>> Differentiate between primary and secondary information.
>> Define effective keywords that describe the information need.
>> Identify synonyms, broader and narrower terms, and variants.
>> Construct strategies for locating information.
Having completed Module 2, you are now able to:
>> Source, navigate, select, and retrieve information from a variety of sources.
>> Locate and access books, archive materials, images, dissertations, multimedia and other information products.
>> Find images by using a variety of image sources.
>> Interpret and use library shelfmarks.
>> Locate and access journal articles using bibliographic, full-text and e-journal services.
>> Access external resources through services such as union catalogues and inter-library loans.
>> Explain how search engines index information and apply relevance ranking.
>> Refine keywords using operators in order to achieve better search results.