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CLICS

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You have completed

Chapter 8:
Organizing, Synthesizing,
and Communicating Information.

Summary

You should now be able to:

  • Organize and synthesize information in a manner that permits analysis, understanding, and communication.
  • Identify methods of creating and presenting information effectively in a variety of formats appropriate to the audience, subject, and purpose.
  • Analyze the audience and choose an appropriate technology for communication.

Expert advice

For more information, check out Note Taking and Reference Materials from the video, Plagiarism: What Do You Value?

 

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