Library Science and Information Media (LSIM) Courses
LSIM 101- Introduction to library Research
Introduction to the resources and services of Camden-Carroll Library including the online catalog, electronic databases, periodical literature, specialized reference sources, and the Internet. Emphasis on skills and tools needed for research projects. Designed for college freshmen. Taught on a pass/fail basis (K-Credit). 1 Credit Hour.
LSIM 201- Living in an Information Society
A practical introduction to how information is created, organized, retrieved, and evaluated in both electronic and print environments. Uses a concept-based approach and hands-on exercises to teach information retrieval, critical thinking, and lifelong learning skills needed to live in a rapidly changing and technologically sophisticated society. 3 Credit Hours.
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