I’ve been working on an article to define our “Research 2.0” model under G21, and each time I go and revise things, I consider better ways at visually representing the core ideas. I believe one of the more important things we can teach kids with regards to research is how to find, evaluate, and use content quickly. But also important is how we organize and store what we find.
The diagram, linked above, covers the process of approaching information-seeking fluency skills. Key to this is the use of keyword tags, or folksonomy.
I’m publishing the diagram here, as it may be of interest to our educators, or others, who are targeting research skills with students with a 21st century perspective.