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Critical Information Studies & Research Methods

( CRITICAL INFO STUDIES )

Course details for LIB 201 C8A, Spring Quarter C014, Last Update: 11/30/2021 9:37:01 AM

Learning Community / Integrative Experience:

Title: Research in the Information Age

Description:
Take a deep dive into academic research by learning how to think critically about a topic, navigate the internet, big data, and libraries to find the best scholarly sources to write a research paper. This course empowers students to find, evaluate and use information, avoid misinformation, and think about the role of information in society.

Included Courses:
ENGL& 102 COMPOSITION II
LIB 201 CRITICAL INFO STUDIES

Department:  Library (LIB)

Crse No: 201

Ln Item: L179

Sec: C8A

Credits: 5

Campus:  Mount Vernon E-learning: Online on Canvas

Dates:  Full quarter

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Type: Standard

Status: Open

Seats Available: 9 of 27

Description and Prerequisite:

This course empowers students to find, evaluate and use information sources and critically think about the nature of information in both a scholarly setting and in society.

Prerequisite: None.

Class Notes:

Required Concurrently Enrolled Course(s):

Item #LCL8, click here for class details


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