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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brennan Schmeler on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to INFO 310 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/192217/info-310-university-of-washington in Informatics at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
The Information School University of Washington Info 310 Observe Searching Behavior Procedure Working in pairs select a question to be answered using the resources in the library One person in each pair is to do the searching while the other person records the search process Beginning with question analysis and going right through to locating the appropriate information the searcher should verbalise every step in the process Stages which may be highlighted are question analysis determination of strategy choice of sources search for answer in the sources etc The observer will determine if any of the information behavior models they have discussed in class accurately characterize the search that heshe observed The focus of this activity is not on finding and answer but on observing information searching and comparing this with models of the searching process If you find the answer to the question in a short time select another question to work with Questions 1 What is the density of Cesium iodide 2 Who are the major proponents of Neo Kantianism 3 On what day and year was the Treaty of Waitangi signed 4 Who are the principle characters in the novel Therese by Francois Mauriac 5 What is chromosome mapping 6 Who is the Minister for a Social Security b Health Housing and Community Services 7 Who is Hermes and what did he do 8 How many universities are there in New Zealand How many students are there in New Zealand universities 9 What is vertical integration 10 What were the greatest influences on the English novelist Olivia Manning s work 11 When should cardiopulmonary resuscitation be used 12 What did the Lombards do


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