INFO101 Introduction to Information
1-3 credits, online or hybrid, may transfer as an elective
Develops critical thinking in the research process. Examine strategies for locating and using information resources. Emphasizes proficiency using electronic resources and other research tools and retrieval techniques. Explores information policy issues such as copyright, censorship and freedom of information.
INFO110 Researching Information Age Issues
1-3 credits, online, may transfer as an elective
Develop strategies to locate, evaluate and use information safely and ethically. Course content includes extra language support for non-native English speakers.
Explores strategies, topics, and concepts to develop research practices for Bachelor's level study. Focuses on in-depth investigation of the organization, retrieval, and evaluation of professional and discipline-specific digital and print information sources.
SSC101 Intro to Information Resources for the Social Sciences
3 credits, online, may transfer as an elective
This course develops critical thinking as it is applied to the research process by examining strategies for locating, evaluating and applying information resources in the social sciences. Course materials explore information policy issues such as copyright, censorship and freedom of information. Emphasis is on developing proficiency at using various electronic resources, including those available on the library’s information networks, the library catalog, and the Web, as well as other research tools and retrieval techniques used to conduct research in the social sciences.