Information Literacy Seminar for Graduate Students

This seminar will provide graduate students with an overview of 21st century information resources and research techniques. Students will learn how to define the types of sources appropriate for a given assignment, search strategies, navigate through an array of resources (including the internet and databases), evaluate material and determine credibility, organize research effectively and use sources in an ethical manner. Note: This course will be simultaneously held in a classroom and online, students may choose their preferred format. If you are taking the seminar online you will be emailed instructions for logging into the course shortly before the start date.

Registration: Online registration is available by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking "Enroll Yourself". You may also phone in your registration by calling 516-323-3550 with your MasterCard, Visa or purchase order information. To register in person, by fax or mail, please click here and then follow the directions.

Tuition: $20

Questions? If you should have any questions regarding the workshop please contact the Continuing Education Office at: 516-323-3550 or by email at:   

Code: 13ULLW1000A
Dates:May 15, 2013
Meets:W from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 1 session
Instructor:Theresa Rienzo
Fee: $20.00  

If you are taking the seminar in-person it will be held in the Instruction Lab located in the James E. Tobin Library on the second floor of Kellenberg Hall on the Rockville Centre campus. Directions to the campus can be found at: Please note that the Library will usually be closed at 7 p.m.. If you are taking the seminar online you will need to sign up with GoToTraining at: After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the session online.

Sorry, this course is inactive. Please contact our office to see if it will be reinstated, or if alternative classes are available.

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