This 2-minute video gives a brief introduction to the value of increasing your information literacy.
This 3-minute video gives you a great idea of what you'll be learning in LIB101.
Remember, this *free* course will help you complete coursework for other classes (WR121, WR122, & research papers)! You can select any topic to focus on. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Convert natural-language research questions into effective search statements
(ex: Develop your topic into a research question, then use the right keywords to find articles that are relevant to that question.)
2. Evaluate information resources as to their credibility and suitability for college-level coursework.
(ex: How to spot fake news, how to find quality information online)
3. Identify some of the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information
(ex: How to cite and avoid plagiarism)
1. Introduction to information
2. Browse and search techniques
3. Browse and search tools
4. Databases and keywords
5. Better Google searching
6. Evaluate information for quality
7. Research process & support
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