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The Information Cycle

This tutorial from Penn State University Libraries, while not focused specifically on geography, does a great job at illustrating the life cycle of information — how it is created, and how it evolves over time and across information formats.

The Information Cycle

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  • The (Changed) Information Cycle
    Offers a brief explanation of the information cycle and how the web has changed traditional notions of creation, dissemination, and validation (peer review)

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