Courses (Public Services Dept.)

LIB 150: Search Strategies for the Information Age
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) (B4) (B2)

LIB 250: Information Research Across the Disciplines
Explore and practice finding, evaluating, and using information in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and formal sciences. Examine information production, resources, roles and uses. (Lec. 3) (B4)

LIB 350: Current Issues of the Information Age
Critical current issues concerning the use of information are examined and explored through the use of the research process. Students will collaborate to create projects detailing research in areas of global concern. Emphasis will be placed on the interdisciplinary nature of information and on the use of research techniques as a foundation for informed citizenship. 3 credits. Pre: Sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (Lec. 3) (B4) (C1) (GC)