Information competency skills help students be more effective consumers and creators of information. This course helps students develop awareness and resilience for life, work, & study in a society overloaded with information. Disinformation, algorithmic bias, Web search strategies, fact-checking, privacy, plagiarism, & information ethics are covered. Techniques include using online library databases, identifying information types, and citing & selecting credible and relevant scholarly sources.
This class is part of CityOnline and has a shorter session. LI S 10-Sec 931 has no scheduled in-person meetings and requires the use of Canvas. This course is partnered with Multicultural Retention Services, but is open to any student. All coursework is completed on Canvas using an internet enabled device. For course details, students must check the instructor's website. Tech Needs? Contact the CCSF Library. TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU. Instructor website: https://sites.google.com/mail.ccsf.edu/dholz/
Recommended Preparation, Readiness for college-level English or ESL 188