Want to enhance your research skills? Sign up for our 1 credit online course–LIB 2210! Register NOW, class begins October 15th!
This fall semester BGSU librarians Vera Lux and Joshua Vossler are offering 2 sections of a web-based 1 credit hour course, LIB 2210 “Research in the Electronic Library.” The course will start October 15th.
In the course, students will model the research process. They will develop an appropriate research question around a research topic, will develop strategies for identifying where to look for needed information, and will access and use information responsibly. Emphasis is given to evaluating appropriate tools (web, catalog, databases) and resources. Students will be exposed to a variety of information resources and research strategies.
Students from any major can take LIB 2210. Fully online, it is ideal for traditional or returning, on- or off-campus campus, even students who live out of state. Small group discussion boards help students keep up with class participation. No textbook required. Would you like to improve your research skills? Plan on taking research intensive courses in the future? Struggle with how to start a research paper? LIB 2210 might be right for you!
To find the course in the class schedule, make sure to switch your Campus to Distance Learning.