Lesson 16. Message Tasks: Applying What You’ve Learned


  • Communicators can follow an orderly process when approaching a new information task or message assignment.

  • Communicators apply key skills to their information strategies, including searching, interviewing, evaluating information and managing and synthesizing what is located.

  • Relevant information may be located from a variety of contributors and appear in a large number of forms.


After completing this lesson you will be able to:

  • apply the information strategy process to a variety of information and message tasks.

  • assess the strengths and weaknesses of an information strategy as it has been applied to a particular type of information or message task.


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