Working Through the Research Process
2. FIND AND FILTER:
Locate different types of resources (all formats).
Decide which resources might be suitable.
Select the most appropriate resources.
Do the resources answer your critical questions?
Did you find information that points you in another direction?
Revise research questions if necessary.
3. WORK WITH THE INFORMATION:
Prepare final results.
Prepare Works Cited list.
Share ideas, findings, and product.
Act on findings.
The above has been adapted from: Research Quest: A Student Guide developed by B.C.T.L.A. (British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association) and Teacher-Librarians in British Columbia. Adopted by the British Columbia Ministry of Education, January 2001.