LIB 280: Critical Thinking in Academic Research (3 credits)
LIB 280 fulfills Goal Area 2 (Critical Reasoning) and covers research strategies, finding high-quality resources, recognizing biases in information, and analyzing arguments found within a variety of sources.
Section 1: T/R 11:00-12:15 with Melissa Prescott
Section 54: Online with Robin Ewing
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Your librarians have prepared resource guides that support teaching and learning for the National Library of Medicine exhibit, Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture, on display in the library, Miller Center 1st floor Reading Court, from March 13 – April 22, 2017.
Exhibit and Government Resources
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LIB 280 is a critical thinking class that satisfies your Goal Area 2 (Critical Reasoning) requirement. The class covers research strategies, finding high-quality resources, recognizing biases in information, analyzing the arguments found within a variety of sources, and much more.