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Pamela A. Perry - Faculty Website

Pamela A. Perry


Contact Info:

phone: 760-634-7824
office: San Elijo Campus Library, Room 110A


Masters in Library & Information Science, University of Texas - Austin

BA Geography & International Development, Clark University 


Course Information- Fall 2021

LIBR 101: College Research Skills

Section #3888 Fall 2021
8 Weeks - ONLINE Starts September 7, 2021

Online using CANVAS learning management system


LIBR 101: College Research Skills introduces students to the nature of research and the library's role in research. It emphasizes the development of information competency skills (the ability to find, evaluate, and organize information) for papers, presentations, and other research assignments. Students learn about a variety of information resources, including print, electronic databases, and the World Wide Web. This one-unit course is transferable to UC & CSU. 

LIBR 101 Student Learning Outcomes 

  1. Student will select appropriate tools for finding specific types of information resources.
  2. Student will evaluate information by assessing authority, accuracy, currency, and point of view.
  3. Student will identify and select keywords and search terms that represent information need or research question.