For this assignment, address questions 6-8 below and write 1-page single-spaced narrative reflecting on your research and source analysis experience. What is one (1) thing you learned about sources, national security issues, authority of authors, and authority of sources? If you were to start over the project, how would you proceed with research and analysis?
6. Construct a timeline or draw a map that illustrates the influence of Facebook news on national security vs. other sources of information.
7. In what order would you effectively utilize the information obtained from sources to shape the conversation on national security?
8. What conclusions about the information and sources can you draw from this exercise?
This week you will submit one document incorporating Stages I, II, and III together as your final Information Literacy Report.
General Instructions:
For this assignment, you are required to identify ten (10) sources from different perspectives that shape the most recent conversation on national security (i.e., two news articles, two tweets, two blog entries, two pieces of news from Facebook and two scholarly articles). Your task is to retrieve and review the information from different sources to answer the questions below. Present your findings into a brief, single-spaced narrative.
What issues or perspectives on national security are presented in your sources?
How did you establish authority of the author and the information?
Among your sources, who has the strongest voice in the conversation on national security?
What similarities and differences between sources did you notice?
How would you involve yourself in the national security conversation?
Construct a timeline or draw a map that illustrates the influence of Facebook news on national security vs. other sources of information.
In what order would you effectively utilize the information obtained from sources to shape the conversation on national security?
What conclusions about the information and sources can you draw from this exercise?
All sources must be cited according to The Chicago Manual Style of Citations. A full bibliographic list must be introduced at the end of the report in alphabetical order.

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