Library Resources

Library resources courses introduce students to the organization, collections, and services of an academic library and enables them to become more competent in finding, evaluating, and using electronic and traditional print resources in the social sciences.

Assistant Professors: Sprott-Goldson, Wigner

Lecturer: Syler

Library Resources Courses

LIBR 101     Academic Research and Critical Thinking  (2)

This course introduces students to formulating a research topic, thinking critically about the ideas surrounding it, conducting research with academic library resources, and writing papers that marshal support from primary and secondary sources. Students read, analyze, and interpret information sources, developing research papers on topics in their academic disciplines.