Several courses in information access and library research methods are offered to students who wish to explore the structure, organization, retrieval and evaluation of information for their study and career needs. 

Course code for this program is LIBR.

Courses

LIBR 2000 (3) Research Strategies on the Electronic Campus

Critical examination and practical exploration of computer technologies, digital communication, and electronic information systems and services for new students.

Requisites: Restricted to students with 0-56 credits (Freshmen or Sophomore) only.

LIBR 3010 (3) Methods of Electronic Library Research

Exploration of the structure, organization, retrieval, and evaluation of electronic information sources through the formulation of search strategies useful for undergraduate research.

LIBR 3900 (1-3) Independent Library Research

In-depth library research project for upper-division students. Instructor consent required.

LIBR 4029 (1) Art History Research Methods

In this class we will investigate how art scholarship is formed and organized; learn to expertly navigate the vast array of art research resources; and explore advanced techniques for searching both online and offline sources of art information. We will work to develop a critical understanding of our own research processes and reflect on the tools and techniques that lead to both expert research and successful participation in art discourse.

Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: ARTH 4029 and ARTH 5029
Additional Information: Arts Sci Gen Ed: Distribution-Arts Humanities

LIBR 4900 (1-3) Independent Library Research

In-depth library research project for upper-division students. Instructor consent required.