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Beyond the Research Project (Volume 47, No. 2, pgs 56-60)


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This article offers a new way to see inquiry: as something that happens routinely in solving problems with information, as something that requires a common process but contextualized approach in each situation, and as something that is critical in personalized and lifelong learning.

Author(s):

  • John Marino, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas
  • Mike Eisenberg, Dean Emeritus & Professor Emeritus, University of Washington
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