LIBR 696A: Research Strategies for Graduate Students
Date: August 9, 2012
During the fall semester the University Libraries is offering LIBR 696a, an entirely online, one-credit 10 week course on information research strategies focused on the library research needs of graduate students.
-Developing advanced-level database searching skills for conducting comprehensive literature reviews
-Managing citations and creating bibliographies
-The Open Access movement in academia
To register for LIBR 696a search for "Library Studies" in UAccess.
For more information, visit the course site and/or contact Jill Newby, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeanne Pfander, email@example.com