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The Information Cycle is the creation, dissemination, and consumption of information as a story unfolds today, tomorrow, and in the future. Understanding this cycle will allow you to better plan and conduct your research by knowing what types of sources are available for your topic.
The Information Cycle
The Information Cycle tutorial introduces students to the ways in which information is created, conveyed, and developed over time, in order to better navigate the research process.