Critical evaluation of information: GeSTE windows overview

This is the last in the series of posts presenting the GeSTE windows model for the critical evaluation of information (Generic, Situated, Transformative, Expressive).

In the table below I provide an overview of the model. Please let me know how you’re using the model in your own practice!

Overview of the GeSTE windows by author. Click on image to expand.

13 responses to “Critical evaluation of information: GeSTE windows overview

  1. Mandy,
    It has been a while since I revisited your work with the GeST and now GeSTE windows. I was very interested and excited to see that you had developed the Expressive window, which I feel like I saw a lot with my dissertation research – in fact in looking back I would say the majority of their information literacy experience was within the expressive window. It gives me some new food for thought so to speak. 🙂 Hope all is well.

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