When looking for information, one of the first steps is to develop a research question to figure out the scope of what exactly is needed. In this lesson, students will explore what it takes to narrow a search in order to find the best information.
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Lesson created by Alice Anderson, Heather Collins, Melia Fritch, Joelle Pitts, and Ashley Stark in 2015. This is the second version of the lesson.
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