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LIS 186 - Academic Workshop: Research and Information Literacy Skills


2 credits
Surveys basic methods of academic research that enable students to find, evaluate, and cite information efficiently, effectively, and ethically.  Utilizing hands-on activities, emphasizes basic methods, purposes, and strategies of academic research that support University Seminar and other classes. Research skills covered include effective use of library databases and other resources, crafting in-text citations, building bibliographies, producing reference lists, and utilizing critical thinking skills to evaluate information sources for appropriateness and credibility.  Repeatable for up to 4 credits. Prerequisite(s): USEM 101  or HSE 101  or HON 101  or WR 121 .
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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