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Analysis, Problem Solving, and Information Literacy

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The ability to access, evaluate and apply information from a variety of sources and in a variety of contexts.

  • Make accurate observations, isolate issues, and formulate questions

  • Recognize the need for both quantitative and qualitative information

  • Identify, locate, and access potential sources of information

  • Evaluate information on the basis of its origin, viewpoint, currency, relevance, and completeness

  • Analyze information using available technologies and analytical methods

  • Make justifiable inferences and suggest viable solutions/interpretations

  • Evaluate solutions/interpretations for validity and appropriateness, and make necessary adjustments

  • Use information ethically.