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Fall 2018

Section 2428 of LIR10
Introduction to Information Literacy -- : Oct 08 - Nov 18 2018
After registering through the normal SRJC registration process visit the class homepage for further details.

Summer 2018

Section 8081 of LIR10
Introduction to Information Literacy -- : Jun 18 - Jul 29 2018
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links.

Spring 2018

Section 5028 of LIR10
Introduction to Information Literacy -- : Mar 26 - May 06 2018
After registering through the normal SRJC registration process, visit the Distance Education website to find any available online course material.

MLIS, Library and Information Science, San Jose State University
BA, Biological Science, San Jose State University

LIR 10 Course Information

EXPECTATIONS

Registered students are required to login by Tuesday, March 28th at 11:59 pm in order to keep a place in the class. Instructors are required to drop all students who have not checked into the class by the end of the second day so that others who are waiting may be given a seat.

Once class opens, please contact me right away if you are a registered student and are having trouble logging in.

GETTING STARTED

The Moodle page for this course will open by 11:59 pm on March 20th. An e-mail will be sent to registered (and wait-listed) students with instructions for accessing the class.

Make sure the e-mail address listed in Moodle and your SRJC Cubby is valid. It is your responsibility to maintain an active e-mail account and to update your e-mail address immediately if you change e-mail accounts.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. Analyze a research need
2. Find information effectively and efficiently by using a variety of search techniques
3. Access needed information in multiple publication formats
4. Evaluate the quality and relevance of information sources
5. Recognize several ethical and legal issues related to the use of information

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

This course is completed entirely online. To complete this course you will need regular access to a computer.

TEXTBOOK

No textbook is required for this class.