ACAD 1199: Information Research

Ever wanted a class that would help you learn how to conduct better research and find credible sources for your research projects? This one-credit course is designed to help you develop life-long strategies for recognizing when you need information, locating it, evaluating it, and using it effectively and ethically. Come explore a variety of tools and formats in order to find sources worth using and citing in support of your academic projects. Learn how to create an annotated bibliography.

Class details:

  • Class begins October 17th and runs for eight weeks.
  • Fall 2011
  • Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 until 3:50 p.m.
  • Rendezvous Room 213
  • One credit
  • Must have computer lab account.

This course is designed to fulfill the proposed NEW General Education objective:
“Locate relevant sources and use them critically and responsibly.”

This class is currently available in the Fall 2011 class schedule. Register in Bengalweb today. This is an experimental course and as such, there are only 26 seats available, and there is only one section.

Questions?
Contact Spencer Jardine

(208) 282-5609
jardspen@isu.edu

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