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LIB 101 (MW 2:25pm) with Prof. Truong   Tags: lib 101, lib101, library science  

The purpose of this guide is to help keep you on track of your course progress. Use this guide to access course material, homework assignments, some weekly readings, etc.
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Welcome to LIB 101!

Welcome to your online course guide for LIB 101 Fundamentals of Library Research! The purpose of this guide is to help keep you on track. Click on the weekly tabs above to see the agenda and homework for each week.

In this course, students will learn to:

  • conduct research using the library's print and electronic resources,
  • distinguish between academic and popular sources,
  • develop research and organizational strategies for research assignments,
  • apply citation rules to assignments,
  • and understand the basic ideas behind academic integrity.

Upon completion of LIB 101, students will be able to:

  • Access Rio Hondo's print and electronic resources
  • Identify keywords or phrases in a research question
  • Create a MLA Works Cited Page

By taking this class, you are all one step closer to becoming expert, college-level researchers!

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