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LibSci HU1115. Humanities on the Internet: Culture, Content and Access (3)

An introductory course integrating Humanities content with technology and information skills. Students will learn to use the Internet to understand, access and critically evaluate art, literature, music, and other Humanities topics and information. Strong emphasis will be placed on active learning including student writing, group discussion, and oral presentations. Students will complete a research project on a Humanities topic and publish it on the World Wide Web. Students are expected to attend exhibits and performances outside of regularly scheduled class time. Cross listed in Art, Comm, Engl, ForLng, and Theatr.

LibSci TD2201 Library Skills, Resources and Research (2)

Taught in a state of the art electronic environment, this interactive, hands-on course emphasizes critical thinking, written and oral communication. Students will plan, develop, document and complete a research project. Students completing this course will be able to use an academic library and the Internet to successfully identify, access, evaluate and use information resources to support academic success and lifelong learning. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross listed in TBE.

LibSci TD1704. Internet Navigator (1)

This course is taught online and students may work at their own pace within the calendar set by the instructor. The course is available on the Web at http://wsuonline.weber.edu or http://www-navigator.utah.edu. Students will plan, develop and document a research project and publish it on the World Wide Web. Students completing this course will be able to use an academic library and the Internet to successfully identify, access, evaluate and use information resources to support academic success and lifelong learning. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross listed in TBE.

Libsci BA TD 2704. Information Resources in the Business Disciplines (1)

Information Resources in the Business Disciplines is a one credit hour course that will assist students in developing information literacy and basic research skills to support life-long learning. Students will develop skills in identifying, locating, retrieving, documenting, and critically evaluating both electronic and print resources that are appropriate for undergraduate research, with emphasis in the business disciplines. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross listed with BusAdm 2704. Instructor approval required.


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