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Credit Courses

SSCI 3005/MDIS 3005

This 2-unit course taught by librarians satisfies research skills requirements for the Social Science and History Departments.

It is also cross-listed through the Multidisciplinary Studies Department and available for any student who wants a thorough course in how to conduct academic research in a changing information environment. It is best taken in conjunction with another course that requires a research assignment.


HONS 3500

This is a 3-unit course for Honors students preparing to write their Senior thesis. It is team-taught by Honors faculty and library faculty.

Online Tutorials

The library maintains several tutorials for using databases and learning about information literacy concepts. 


Library Workshops

Graduate Thesis/Dissertation Workshops


The University Library will be offering graduate education workshops soon. The workshops are designed to inform and empower graduate students who are in the process of researching, writing, and/or formatting their graduate theses/projects or dissertations.


Check back soon for dates and times.





What is Information Literacy?

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