Library 10: Information Competency
Total Lecture 18 hours
Advisory: CA 070, Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053
Acceptable for credit: California State University; University of California
This course covers the basic elements of information competency by introducing
students to the nature of research and the role of the library in research, including
finding, analyzing, organizing, and presenting information and the legal and
ethical aspects of research. Students are introduced to a variety of informational
resources including print, media, electronic formats and the World Wide Web.
This course may be offered via distance learning. Pass/No Pass Option.
LIB 010 fulfills Information Competency Graduation Proficiency requirement
LIB 010 fulfills General Education Area E requirement.
For the Library 10 schedule, please go to the Library 10 Schedule page. For more information about Library 10, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.
Library 920: Information Competency Workshop
Total Lab 9 hours
This non-credit course consists of a series of workshops addressing specific areas
of Information Competency. The workshops will help students gain proficiency
in all aspects of Information Competency including Research Strategies and
Using Reference Materials, Searching Online Catalog, Locating Journal and
Newspaper Articles, Using the Internet, and Legal Aspects of Information: Citing
Sources, Plagiarism, Copyright. Students may attend all or part of the offered
workshops. This course may be repeated 3 times No Grade.
Library 930: Library Seminars
Total Lab 9 hours
These seminars cover a wide range of topics and students are introduced to
various topics and resources found in a 21st century library, including, but not
limited to, print, media, electronic formats and the World Wide Web. Activities
may include discussions, debates, reading, writing, collaborative learning,
presentations and guest speakers. No Grade.
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Revised January 10, 2013..