Once again, the library will offer a .5 credit course, NDL 301: Information Fluency, during the spring semester. It is intended for students who plan to go on to graduate programs, or who simply want to become more conversant with research and publishing. The course covers where information comes from and how to find and use it, comparing research traditions of different disciplines and exploring future developments. Last year's syllabus provides a general idea of what's involved, though there will be some changes.
It meets Monday afternoon from 2:30 -4:20, but if an interested student has a schedule conflict the course may be taken by arrangement.