Question: How can you find information when you don’t know where to look?
Answer:> “Ask those who know where the information is located.”
> “Use brainstorming—generate categories that might be related to the information you need, and search under these categories.”
> “Use brute force—skim and scan the whole area where the information might be located.” P. 418.
Comment: Ever face that situation? RayS.
Title: “Generate Strategies: Coping Without Cues or Clues.” PB Mosenthal and IS Kirsch. Journal of Reading (February 1993), 416-419.