Library (LIBR)

LIBR 101 College Research Strategies 1 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
The course teaches the tools needed for college level research through the use of academic databases, print resources and the web.
Advisory on Recommended Preparation: COMP 130 or equivalent college course with a minimum grade of C.
LIBR 102 Internet Information Resources 1 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
The course will introduce students to research tools available in the Open and Deep Web for academic and personal use.
Advisory on Recommended Preparation: COMP 130 or equivalent college course with a minimum grade of C or better.
LIBR 103 Evaluating Information Sources 1 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
This course teaches students strategies for evaluating information sources for academic and personal use.
Advisory on Recommended Preparation: COMP 130 or equivalent college course with a minimum grade of C.
LIBR 150 Research Skills for Lifelong Learning 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
This course helps students develop essential information literacy skills necessary for lifelong learning. Students will explore topics related to psychological, cultural, sociological, cognitive, and physiological impacts of living in an information society, such as the digital divide, intellectual freedom, information overload, and online privacy. They will learn to effectively retrieve information sources and use criteria to evaluate them for academic and personal use.
Advisory on Recommended Preparation: COMP 130 or equivalent course with a minimum grade of C.
LIBR 425 Supervised Tutoring 0 unit(s)
Hours: 2 Lab
This course is designed to provide students with tutoring assistance. Tutees may work either individually or in small groups. They may work with computer programs developed to meet their needs, or they may work with tutors recommended by faculty. Students receiving tutoring must be enrolled in the class for which they are being tutored.