Natural Resources Conservation A.A.S.
Course DescriptionBasic Research Methods
A course designed to provide lifelong skills that will enable students to become confident, independent library users and will enable them to use these same skills in locating and evaluating information outside of the library environment. Students will learn to search for information using both traditional print resources and innovative electronic sources such as the computerized catalog, CD-ROM indexes, on-line databases, and the Internet/World Wide Web. 1 credit (15 contact hours, 150 minutes for 5 weeks, lecture, recitation, laboratory), fall semester