INF 382L.2 - Information Resources in the Social Sciences

Fall 2003
Unique ID: 24520
Syllabus:   Syllabus
Prof:  Roy, Loriene
Room: SZB 464
Days:  Tue
Time: T 830-1130A

Communication patterns, bibliographic organization, and information resources of the social sciences, including anthropology, economics and business, education, geography, history, political science, psychology and sociology. Provides experience in analyzing reference problems and conducting searches, and in developing a technique for studying the information resources dealing with a specific subject or field. Graduate standing required. Credit for INF 382D (Introduction to Information Resources and Services) is strongly recommended.

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