The one credit information literacy/library research class has a new name and updated description. (Yet it is the same great class!)
LSC 150 – Library Research in the Digital Age
This course is offered in Fall and Spring Skill Area IV
Introduction to the process of finding, evaluating and using information resources available across all formats (e.g., digital, print, video) that facilitate undergraduate research. Emphasis is placed on concepts and techniques required to determine information need, develop search strategies, access and evaluate information resources, interpret citations, and understand issues of copyright. Additional topics may include research topic selection, digital literacy and using information ethically. Highly recommended for sophomores and juniors. This course is offered in an online, on-ground, and hybrid classroom environment.