Information Literacy Requirement

 

Library and Web searching skills are very important for success in college and for lifelong learning. Information Literacy is a general education requirement at WSU.  Students may complete this requirement by registering for and passing one of the seven options listed below. Click here for more information on the courses.

 

  • Library Science TD 1704, The Information Navigator. One credit hour, this is an online course offered through through WSU Online or as a face-to-face class.

 

  • Library Science or EDUC 2604, Information Resources in Education. One credit hour, this course is designed for education majors and others with a strong interest in education.

 

  • Library Science or BA 2704, Information Resources in the Business Disciplines. One credit hour, this course is designed for business majors and others with a strong interest in business information.

 

  • Library Science 2804, Information Resources in the Social Sciences. One credit hour, this course is designed for students with a strong interest in the social sciences.

 

  • Library Science or HTHS 2904, Information Resources in the Health Professions. One credit hour, this course is designed for students with a strong interest in the health sciences.

 

 

Additional information on the Information Literacy requirement and the exam is available from: 

  • Stewart Library reference personnel, Stewart Library 2nd floor, or (801) 626-6415. (for information on courses)

  • Marie Richards, Information Literacy Exam Coordinator, Stewart Library room 221, (801) 626-7068, or marierichards@weber.edu.  (for information on the exam)