The University Libraries have a new LIB course on tap for the Spring semester. This is an excellent opportunity to prepare yourself for research at any level, whether you’re a first-year student, transfer student, or about to graduate. Get a better understanding of where information comes from and how to use it in all facets of your life and work.
LIB 150 – Search Strategies for the Information Age (was LIB 120)
LEC: (3 crs.) Introduction to the exploration and practice of information literacy and library research concepts and skills, with an emphasis on the communication of information in today’s world. (Lec. 3) (EC)
- Students will be able to navigate print and digital information research tools and use them for both college level research and lifelong learning.
- Students will be able differentiate information formats and quality and be able to apply these to college level information research assignments.
- Students will learn to communicate their findings effectively to specific audiences.
If you have any questions about these courses, please contact Professor Mary MacDonald, Head of Instruction, at email@example.com or 401.874.4635.