Terms offered: Spring 1983, Spring 1975
In this course, you will learn how to exploit the resources of one of the richest information treasure in the world. Upon completion of the course, you will: understand how the complex UC Berkeley and University of California libraries are configured and how their collections are interrelated: learn how to create a search strategy that can be used to conduct research in any field: learn to take best advantage of the online public catalogs, Gladis and Melvyl to uncover a wealth of information: use both print resources and electronic sources, such as the Internet, to find materials in the Berkeley Libraries and beyond: Be a confident, critical researcher.
Information Resource: Effectively Utilizing the Berkeley Campus libraries and Beyond: Read More [+]
Hours & Format
Fall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per week
Summer: 3 weeks - 5 hours of lecture per week
Subject/Course Level: Bibliography/Undergraduate
Grading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.