Library Credit Courses
LIS 2004 is a web-based course designed to help students develop skills for searching the Internet successfully. Students learn how to evaluate information retrieved on the Internet for its content and credibility, with emphasis placed on the development of critical thinking skills and information literacy.
Go to EagleNet to register.
Check out what students are saying about LIS 2004:
have been a big "googler" for a while, but this class is like google
on steroids. It's taught me so much about how to find much more detailed
information on the internet for school, business and personal. - Belinda M.
have learned how to maneuver around better than before. I have learned a lot
about search engines and ... how to cite better. I would suggest that everyone should take this class, especially if you are older and not that computer
savvy. - Nancy J.
Wow!! (is) the only way I can explain my Internet Research experience. In all honesty, I initially registered for the class to fill schedule space but I am so glad I did. There was so much that I didn't know. The knowledge I've gained will continue to be very useful in both my academic and professional careers. I would strongly advise students to take this class, the information gleaned from it is essential for success. - Veronica R.
Students who have difficulty navigating the internet or finding credible sources for research papers would find this class a dream come true. - Nicole R.