Library Research Course
Being able to find, evaluate and apply information are basic, necessary skills for
surviving college courses, attaining personal and professional goals, and making
everyday decisions. Knowledge of libraries, information systems, and the essential resources of scholarship is
at the heart of lifelong learning and a liberal education.
| Janet Ferguson, LR 102 Coordinator
|| Bryan Sinclair
| Leith Tate
|| Anita White-Carter
251-6111 (Research Support Desk)
Library Research 102
Course Syllabus - Spring (Term 1) 2005
Learning Modules/Required Readings
Lab 1 - Intro to Research / Using the Library Catalog
Lab 2 - Using a Periodical Index
Lab 3 - Finding and Evaluating Web Information
Other Recommended (Optional) Readings
Making Sense of Library Research: A Guide for Undergraduate Students,
2001 Revised Electronic Edition.
Archive of syllabi and handouts from past library courses.
Last updated 10 January 2005. Comments to
the Library Web Team.