BIBLIOG 1 Information Resource: Effectively Utilizing the Berkeley Campus libraries and Beyond 1 Unit
Terms offered: Spring 1983
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.
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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.