Instruction and Training Credit Courses University of Oregon Libraries
Instruction - Credit Courses
The library's credit curriculum is designed to provide students with the concepts, skills, and tools for academic success and information literacy. Specialized courses address unique topics and perspectives. Campus partnerships are a major focus of the Library's credit courses. Check the Schedule of Classes for current offerings. For more information on Library credit courses, contact Barbara Jenkins.
Credit courses taught by library faculty are part of the Freshman Seminar and Clark Honors College programs. Recent four-credit courses have included Freshman Seminars How to Do Baseball Research and From Gothic Script to Graphic Novel. In the Clark Honors College, library faculty teach a series of one-credit HC 399 classes designed to develop advanced research skills.
LIB Course Offerings for 2012-2013
LIB 407/507 Data Management (1 credit)
Instructor: Victoria Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LIB 607: Seminar: Digital Scholarship (4 credits)
Instructor: John Russell (email@example.com)
- requires prior arrangement