This fall, a new general education course (meets Arts & Humanities requirement) on library research will be offered for all students across all campuses! LIB110: Foundations for Library Research explores the humanistic inquiry of the “whys” behind academic research practices in addition to the technical “hands-on” research skills.
Want to know how to make the most of what libraries and various information repositories can offer you? Want to be competitive in research and library-based jobs, internships, and apprenticeships? Interested in exploring how Traditional Knowledge, oral history, and other non-Western forms of knowledge factor into information ecosystems and reflect on responsible use? Are you curious about how libraries work? Or do you just want to be a better researcher? If so, enroll today!
Questions? Contact the instructor, Rhiannon Sorrell at rsorrell@dinecollege edu