One of my strengths at work lately has been quickly getting up-to-speed on technologies, techniques, tools, or skills that I've never encountered before.
I've been able to adapt because I know how to use search engines and sites like StackOverflow effectively. I can break down my problems into small, digestible chunks that make it easy to search for answers (even if that answer is not directly related to my actual issues), and I can filter out signal from noise pretty well when furiously Googling my problems. I research my problems and think about the small pieces before asking questions, and I can find the proper venue to ask questions (whether it's SO, vendor forums, etc). In short, I think I'm effective at asking the right questions, the right way, and I'm a fast learner because of it.
I think this is a valuable yet basic skill, but I see quite a few people at work that can't do this. Is this a marketable skill, and if so how should it be listed on the resume/cover letter?