This lesson concentrates on professional engineering and information seeking, the connection between information and professional practice & responsibilities, and how information evaluation aids in ethical decision making.
This module will focus on contextualizing different types of information and how information is collected and disseminated. It also addresses the importance of using information sources with holistic, diverse, and inclusive perspectives to gather critical insights into your users, design needs, and critical problem spaces.
This module will focus on assessing, examining, and evaluating the uses of information, including where you can find the information and how to be critical of the information.
This module will focus on how to understand, navigate, and contextualize the information you are encountering, especially online.
This module will define, identify & explain information overload.
Decision tree to determine use and fit of open educational resource content and repository recommendations for the Faculty of Engineering