Mendocino College Library - Library 200 Course

This class is CSU & UC transferable.

Library 200 - Information Competency & Research

This is a 1 unit course that covers the many issues in defining, locating, evaluating, synthesizing, and using information ethically and legally. Ours is the information age, and this course prepares students for academic work at the university level and for the lifelong learning skills to help solve information problems in the world of work.

Check the schedule of classes for more information regarding when the course is offered.




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Students will be able to:

1. Define and articulate the need for information.

2. Identify a variey of types and formats of potential sources for information.

3. Access needed information effectively and efficiently.

4. Critically evaluate the source, quality and relevancy of information that is accessed for an information need.

5. Synthesize information using a variety of sources.

6. Demonstrate an understanding of the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information as well as accessing and using information ethically and legally.





















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