We have explored more ways to microscopically look at information and resources. Who would have thought that creating 20 questions makes it easier to come up with 1 narrow research question. It pays to ask questions because the more detailed you get the easier it is to narrow done what you are really trying to obtain information on.
In addition, we discussed Format as a Process which places a writer in a more in-depth look into information sources. This helps to create and organize your own information that will reflect validity to what you are discussing.
The main reason for these exercises are to lead us to recognize good information, resources, and the best ways to facilitate and communicate our information.