Authentic Information Literacy

Tell me three reasons the following blog post is authentic and useful for information literacy.

http://walkabook.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/writing-fantasy-by-aleesah-darlison.html

OK, here are my reasons.

  1. It’s authentic because it was not written just for the classroom.
  2. It’s useful because the sources are credible – written by a well renowned, contemporary Australian children’s author and published on the Walker Books Blog
  3. Aleesah talks about the research process

Pretty good, huh?

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