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Fall .5 Credit Course – Information Fluency

Will you be taking a course that requires research next fall? Are you thinking about applying to grad school? Are you planning a career that involves research? You might be interested in NDL 301: Information Fluency. This half-credit seminar course meets once a week (Tuesdays, 2:30-4:20) for discussion and hands-on work. Students may conduct research […]

Spring Courses to Fit Your Schedule

Librarians are offering two courses in the spring that might be a good fit for your interests and your schedules. Anna Hulseberg is teaching NDL 201 – Reading Workshop, a .25 credit pass/fail course that meets during the first half of spring semester on Wednesday afternoons, from 2:30 – 3:20. Students read and discuss a book […]

Books Reviewed by Students

Seven students participated in the Spring Reading Workshop (NDL-201), a .25 credit course that met during the first half of the semester. Students read and discussed a book together (this semester it was Celeste Ng’s Everything I Never Told You, which turned out to be a great discussion book!), read and shared their own reviews […]

Spring Courses to Fit Your Schedule

Seats are still available! Librarians are offering two courses this spring that might be a good fit for your interests and your schedule. Anna Hulseberg is teaching Reading Workshop (NDL 201), a .25 credit pass/fail course that meets during the first half only of spring semester on Wednesday afternoons, from 2:30–3:20. Students will read and […]

Reading Workshop, a .25 Credit Spring Course

This spring Anna Hulseberg is teaching NDL-201 Reading Workshop, a .25 credit pass/fail course that meets during the first half only of spring semester on Wednesday afternoons, from 2:30–3:20. Students will read and discuss a book together, read and share their reviews of a second book of their choice, explore the place of reading in […]