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LIBR 130 Introduction to Undergraduate Research 3 Units GE
Typically Offered: Fall and spring
This course introduces students to research techniques and assignments that are designed to increase their ability to participate in scholarly discourse and succeed in academic work at the undergraduate level. Additionally, the course teaches students to identify, access, and evaluate information in an increasingly complicated information environment. Upon successful completion of the course students will have mastered basic research techniques and methodologies that will serve them throughout college studies. 3 hours lecture. (022088)
General Education: Lifelong Learning and Self-Development (E)
Grade Basis: Graded
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units
Course Attributes: Lower Division