Library Information Studies (LIS Courses)
Library Information Studies enables students to become more successful by learning to recognize the extent and nature of information needed for research, then locate, evaluate, effectively use, and present information to solve problems. After completing library research classes and workshops, students will know how to make more informed decisions, adapt to new technologies, and remain independent learners for life. In the twenty-first century information economy, information literacy provides a critical set of skills often listed among the top ten job skills sought by employers.
- LIS85 – Introduction to Information Resources (2 units)
- LIS74 – Information Seeking Behavior (3 units)
- LIS74 Course Outline, (Created Sp2018)
- Research Skills Certificate of Competency (non-credit), (Created Fall 2018)
- LIS500 – Computer Lab for Library Information Studies (non-credit)
- LIS500 Course Outline, (updated Fa2015)