LIB 100: Information Literacy
Improve your Library Research Skills!
Register for Library 100 Information Literacy
(7–8 week course)
The Library 100 course is designed to enable students to access and retrieve information using a variety of print and electronic resources. Students will learn how to recognize a specific information need; initiate a search strategy; successfully employ various searching techniques; assess the information found; synthesize the information, and properly quote and list the information found in their research. Students will also learn how to critically evaluate information sources and gain an appreciation for differing points of view. Through lectures, hands-on demonstrations and assignments, students will gain an understanding of the process of doing basic research, skills that can aid them in lifelong learning.
Course Schedule (Spring 2013)
|Tuesday||10:15am–12:05pm||Course Code #14217||Prof. Dorfman||SEEK only|
|Thursday||1:40pm–3:30pm||Course Code #14609||Prof. Lipken||SEEK only|
Library 100 Useful Information
The LC Easy tutorial is on all computers of the Library. It is also on all Library Dell laptops for loan, but not on the Macbooks.
The Instructional Services Office (RO 224) is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm.
For scheduling, registration, or more information contact:
Ms. Christine Marrero