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What are the essential questions of information literacy for a 21st Century learner?
How do we know information is true?
How do we communicate effectively?
What does it mean to be a global citizen?
How do we learn best?
How can we stay safe?
Verbs for Learning
Please add verbs and suggestions . . . a work in process.
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