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A guide for writing students in general education

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Madison Research Essential Toolkit


Madison Research Essentials Toolkit & the Madison Research Essentials Skills Test (MREST) are designed to help students meet these General Education Information Literacy Learning Outcomes:  

1:  Recognize the components of scholarly work and that scholarship can take many forms.

2:  Demonstrate persistence and employ multiple strategies in research and discovery.

3:  Identify gaps in their own knowledge and formulate appropriate questions for investigation in academic settings.

4:  Evaluate the quality of information and acknowledge expertise.

5:  Use information effectively in their own work and make contextually appropriate choices for sharing their scholarship.

6:  Use information legally and ethically.

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