SPRING 2018 LIBRARY CLASSES

LIBR 100: Introduction to Library Research (1 unit)

An introduction to library resources and research. Provides a practical, hands-on introduction to the library. Topics covered include formulating and refining a research question, library organization, using reference materials, searching the online catalog and databases, searching the Internet, evaluating Web sites, avoiding plagiarism, and citing sources.

This course satisfies the Basic Information Competence requirement at SF State. This class also satisfies the Information Competency requirement at CSM — a graduation requirement for all CSM students with Fall 2010 or later catalog rights.

Letter grade or Pass/No Pass grading. CSU/UC transferable.

ON CAMPUS CLASSES:

CRN Day of Week Dates Time Location Instructor
92304 Tues / Thurs 1/16 - 3/16 1:10pm - 2:00pm 9-200 (Library Classroom) Matt Montgomery

Note: All meetings to be held on campus.

ONLINE CLASSES:


CRN Day of Week Dates Time Location Instructor
43509 By arrangement 3/19 - 5/25 Online Online Stephanie Roach
35472 By arrangement 1/16 - 3/16 Online Online Lia Thomas

Note: There are no mandatory on-campus meetings for these sections.
Note: Section 43509 is part of the #information Learning Community.

COMPLETE LIST OF LIBRARY CLASSES

LIBR 100 Introduction to Library Research (1 unit)
Offered on-campus, online and hybrid formats
(CSU/UC transferable)

LIBR 680 Selected Topics (3 units)
Offered on-campus
A survey course exploring the various methods of managing, organizing and preserving various types of documents, records, photographs, digital media, and other materials for personal or professional uses.