About UNIV (UCOLLEGE) 300
UNIV (UCOLLEGE) 300, Accessing Information for Research, is a one-credit course offered as a cooperative effort between the University College and the WSU Libraries. All sections provide a small-class environment and are taught exclusively by library faculty members. The course is designed to aid students in understanding the components of the modern "information landscape" including scholarly communication and the Internet. Students also learn important concepts and skills related to information access and evaluation. Since its inception in 1995, the UNIV (UCOLLEGE) 300 program has grown to encompass many discipline specific and distance education sections.
Librarian Contacts and Your Class Information
UNIV (UCOLLEGE) 300, Section 01, Fall 2014
Monday and Wednesday from 10:10-11:00; First eight weeks of the semester only (Aug 25 - Oct 15)
Terrell Library Classroom 103; Instructor = Holly Luetkenhaus
Schedule Line Number = 07879; 1 credit; Pullman Campus Only