LIB 101 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION RESOURCES (2)
Two hours lecture per week
Overview of information resources and services provided by the University Library for undergraduate students. Students will learn how to find, evaluate, and apply information to scholarly research and everyday life situations. Use of online catalogs, databases, and web search engines to find print and non-print resources. Properly citing information to prevent plagiarism.
LIB 344 THE LIBRARY: COLLECTIONS, SERVICES & INSTRUCTION (3)
Two hours lecture and two hours activity per week
A study of university, school (K-12), public, and special libraries from business, economic, library science, and educational perspectives. Analyzes how these perspectives are linked within library practices. The course will include study of local libraries. The course will include field trips to local libraries.
Same as BUS 344,ECON 344,EDUC 344
LIB 490 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)
Topics include: finding, evaluating, and applying information within a specific discipline or related group of disciplines; use of online and print sources to find books, articles, web sites, government publications, and non-print sources relevant to a discipline(s); use of appropriate discipline style manual; use of appropriate applications.