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Part III: Filtering Information > Identifying Quality Information

Chapter 15. Identifying Quality Information

Quality information is defined as information that is relevant and valuable to you, that actually informs you.

What makes information meaningful to you? (For example: “When it helps me do my job or improves my quality of life.” “When it is easy to find and easy to understand.”)

How would you describe your ideal information? (“It is timely and accurate.” “It is from a reliable source, easy to find and manage.”)

What would give you the most immediate relief from information frustration? (For example: “Less e-mail, especially the junk.”)

What would bring you more long-lasting relief from information frustration? (For example: “To stop feeling that I have to be constantly connected, no matter where I am and what else I am doing.”)


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