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Library Science 101: (CCLA ArTES HS) Syllabus  

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Class Schedule



ArTES HS LIB SCI 101: 7804 Friday's


  • Friday, Feb 21, 2014: Wk.01
    21st century libraries. Review syllabus and assignments.
  • Friday, Feb 28, 2014: Wk.02
    Research: Browsing topics. Creating an annotated bibliography
  • Friday, Mar 7, 2014: Wk.03
    Thesis statement and keywords.
  • Friday, Mar 14, 2014: Wk.04
    Finding & Citing Books.
  • Friday, Mar 21, 2014: Wk.05
    Finding & Citing E-Books.
  • Friday, Mar 28, 2014: Wk.06
    Using Library Databases.
  • Friday, Apr 4, 2014: Wk.07
    Databases continued.
  • Friday, Apr 11, 2014: Wk.08
    Advanced Internet Searching.
  • Friday, Apr 18, 2014: SB
    Spring Break
  • Friday, Apr 25, 2014: Wk.09
    Plagiarism and citation (MLA).
  • Friday, May 2, 2014: Wk.10
    Plagiarism and citation (APA).
  • Friday, May 9, 2014: Wk.11
    Annotated Bibliography, review and in-class work.
  • Friday, May 16, 2014: Wk.12
    Annotated Bibliography continued.
  • Friday, May 23, 2014: Wk.13
    Library Visit Presentations.
  • Friday, May 30, 2014: Wk.14
    Last day: Wrap & Review

Study like a scholar, scholar

Course Description

Course Description:

Students learn to use research tools found in most libraries to gather, organize, and evaluate information from various sources, including library databases, catalogs, and the Internet. UC/CSU transferable one credit class. 

The Los Angeles Mission College Library

Visit the LA Mission College Library Reference desk for help. Call or e-mail for an appointment or show up to class early,

I’m usually around for five or ten minutes before and after class.

I Love Libraries!

"If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."

Lao Tzu

Working one on one at the reference desk, or with a group in a classroom I try to show students how to “fish” what they need out of an ocean of information.


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