Information Studies Program
Information Studies Classes
Introduction to finding information in the allied health fields (nursing, radiology, technologist, dental hygienist, health care assistant) covering how research is produced and organized, how to analyze a clinical question, how to conduct a search strategy using print and web-based sources, and how to evaluate information found.
An online introduction to college-level research. Students will learn how to develop topics into strong research questions that guide their research. They will also learn how to access, evaluate, and ethically engage a wide variety of information sources (e.g. popular, scholarly, print, and multimedia). Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL& 101.
A 3 credit, 8 week online course that builds on the knowledge and skills developed in INFO 120. Students will apply and adapt information literacy competencies in subject-specific contexts. We will also explore the concepts of intellectual property, freedom of information, and copyright.