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The spirit of inquiry within research, which encourages curiosity and wonder, is a promising approach to information literacy instruction. This sort of commitment to wonder and the spirit of inquiry also has a lot of theological promise and potential. As we participate in the formation of present and future faith leaders, promoting the value of wonder and the spirit of inquiry cannot be overstated as an invaluable skill. We also must remain reflective, humble, and imitative in our practice. The author presents this approach in a very compelling, approachable way, and this resource is a very succinct introduction or reminder. Librarians who are engaged in teaching research will likely find this approach promising and provocative.
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