What does wisdom have to do with Internet research? First year students from two small Bible Colleges in Canada participated in focus groups about how and why they used the Internet for research. One of the questions queried whether they used wisdom in the process. While this question seemed natural in a Bible College context, it caused quite a conversation at the library school. These Bible College students seemed to operate with the idea of wisdom even in Internet research. They were able to describe this wisdom and their responses to other questions corroborated their description. Do these students have some advantage? How might the idea of wisdom inform our current notions of critical thinking and information literacy in general?
"The Importance of Wisdom in Information Literacy,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 52
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol52/iss3/3