The main purposes of research are to inform action, gather evidence for theories, and contribute to developing knowledge in a field of study. Research is required not just for students and academics but for all professionals and nonprofessionals alike. Determining either what the general public may want to know or what researchers want others to realize or to think about can serve as a reason to do research. Thus, research is an essential component in generating knowledge, and vice-versa.
|Subject||Information Technology, Literacy, Science, Privacy|
|Pedagogical Approach||Explorative learning approach|
|Competencies||Developing source criticism skills, scientific literacy|
|Link to the worksheet||English: |