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The course provides students with foundational research skills needed to succeed in college, including how to develop well thought out research strategies, and effectively use library research tools and new media sources. Students will be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and use appropriate information resources in keeping with academic integrity and ethical standards. Students will partake in in-class exercises, quizzes, and will produce a final project in the form of an annotated bibliography.
LIB 102 is a one-credit seven and a half week elective course that meets once a week and is open to all students. This is a ZERO Textbook Cost course that is taught using Open Educational Resources rather than a traditional cost-bearing textbook. For more information about OER, see this guide.
The following classes meet during the FIRST HALF of the semester
Days & Times
|Meeting Dates||Location||Instructor||Class Section|
|Tuesdays, 2:30pm-4:25pm||1/27 - 3/15/20||St. George location, SG-106 (in person)||Prof. Mark Aaron Polger||20848/DSG1|
|Wednesdays, 12:20pm-2:15pm||1/27 - 3/20/20||1L-214 (hybrid)||Prof. Wilma Jones||
|Thursdays, 10:10am-12:05pm||1/27 - 3/15/20||1L-214 (in person)||Prof. Christina Boyle||20233/D001|
The following classes meet in the SECOND HALF of the semester
|Days & Times||Meeting Dates||Location||Instructor||Class Section|
|Wednesdays, 4:40-6:20pm||3/18-5/15/20||1L-214 (in person)||Prof. Maureen Garvey||20854/D002|
|Tuesdays, 10:10am-12:05pm||3/17-5/12/20||1L-214 (hybrid)||Prof. Judy Xiao||20232/HY02|
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