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New research reveals that if people expect something to remain easily available, they are more likely to remember where they found the information than the information itself--but if they don't think it will be easy to find again, they are more likely to remember the information. The findings could have huge implications for teaching and learning as instruction moves from traditional classroom stereotypes, such as memorization, to a...

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