Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology. Knowledge Genesis Developing Information Literacy for Improved Learning Outcomes Doug Colbeck. Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology. Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology.
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Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
My Research is a phenomenographic study focused on the ontological development and subsequent utilization of epistemological knowledge engaging personal literacy development
Four broad content domains participated in this study
The progression from simple to more complex epistemological beliefs is not uniform amongst students in higher education
Each individual student will possess different beliefs on entering university and will develop in a different way from their peers
Although existing research has begun to investigate the relationship between learning environments and epistemological beliefs, little is yet understood about the process of epistemological development
The current research literature concludes that encouraging students in being active and independent learners can support their epistemological development, but that further research is clearly needed