Build up your research skills with this course:
- LIBR 100 Introduction to Library and Online Research (1Cr.)
- Meets MW 1:00-1:50 p.m. in LR 225 in the Maple Woods Library.
- Will be offered in Fall 2017
- Access online databases from home or elsewhere
- Cite Sources - APA
- Cite Sources - Chicago
- Cite Sources - MLA
- Create an Annotated Bibliography
- Distinguish Scholarly Journals & Popular Magazines
- Evaluate Sources
- Use the Web for Research
- Locate Periodical Articles
- Hot Topics
- Personal Experience
- Popular Culture & American Generations
- Recommended Reading: Biography
- Recommended Reading: Fiction
- Recommended Reading: Graphic Novels
- Recommended Reading: Nonfiction
- Art and Photography Research
- Children's Literature
- Films and Film Reviews
- Language/Communications Topics
- The Writer Sources to Inspire and Instruct You
- American History
- American History Primary Sources
- American National Politics
- Criminal Justice & Sociology
- Cultures and Geography
- Political Science
- Primary Sources: African-American History
- Primary Sources: Local History
- Primary Sources Women in American History
- Psychology and Child Development
- State and Local Politics
- Western Civilization
Subject Reading Lists:
How do I order materials through ILL?
Requests from MOBIUS can be made directly from the MOBIUS online catalog using either the library's or your own computer. Other ILL requests must be made at the circulation desk at the library. Contact the library for details.
LIBR 100- Introduction to Library and Online Research - MW 1-1:50 p.m.
(Check current Schedule of Classes for more information)
This is a library course designed to familiarize students with the variety of information resources available to them to satisfactorily complete college assignments and to enhance the skills necessary to locate, manage, and evaluate these resources.
LIBR 110- College Research and Information Literacy - MWF Noon-12:50 p.m. (Check current Schedule of Classes for more information)
This course is designed to develop college level information literacy skills focusing on library and internet resources. Students will build critical thinking skills while learning to determine information needs and to effectively and efficiently locate, evaluate, and manage information through lecture and participatory activities. Emphasis will be placed on concepts which relate to the organization of information in any media.