Augustana Information Literacy - Courses

Courses / Corequisites


The Augustana Campus Library has been offering traditional bibliographic instruction (BI) library instruction sessions for many years. This practice continues, however, the deliberate integration of information literacy (IL) principles into BI sessions has been significantly enhanced in recent years. With the introduction of for-credit IL courses in the fall of 2001, Augustana's IL initiatives took a significant leap forward. 


Courses

Students at Augustana Campus can take one of 21 discipline-specific information literacy courses.

These courses are:

Art
(ART 228 syllabus)
Environment
(ENV 210 syllabus)
Philosophy
(PHI 228 syllabus)
Biology
(BIO 210 syllabus)
French
(FRE 210 syllabus)
Physical Education
(PED 294 syllabus)
Chemistry
(CHE 210 syllabus)
Geography
(GEO 210 syllabus)
Political Studies
(POL 201 syllabus)
Crime & Community
(CRI 260 syllabus)
German
(GER 210 syllabus)
Psychology
(PSY 207 syllabus)
Drama
(DRA 228 syllabus)
History
(HIS 285 syllabus)
Religious Studies
(REL 228 syllabus)
Economics
(ECO 212 syllabus)
Management
(MGT 212 syllabus)
Scandinavian Studies
(SCA 210 syllabus)
English
(ENG 204 syllabus)
Music*
(MUS 228 syllabus)
Sociology
(SOC 231 syllabus)


*MUS 228 is required for graduation in the Bachelor of Arts in Music degree and the Bachelor of Music degree.

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Corequisites

Students taking a discipline-specific IL course at Augustana Campus are encouraged to be enrolled in a corequisite course, whose major paper will form the basis of most of their assignments in the IL course. A suitable corequisite is a course in the same discipline as the IL course in which significant library research (e.g. term paper) is required. Ideally, the corequisite is taken in the same term as the IL course. To determine the suitability of a course as corequisite for an IL course students are encouraged to inquire with the relevant instructor.

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