Information Research (LIBR 100)

Information Research (LIBR 100) is a one-credit course that addresses questions like choosing the right database for your information needs, searching effectively in the database that you choose, and evaluating sources that you find. Each semester, we teach multiple sections at a variety of convenient times. Course themes and assignments vary. For Spring 2017, course listings are as follows.

Mondays, 12-1. Taught by Professor John Pell (jpell@hunter.cuny.edu)
Tuesdays, 11-12. Taught by Professors Stephanie Margolin & Iris Finkel (smargo@hunter.cuny.edu & ifinkel@hunter.cuny.edu)
Tuesdays, 3-4. Taught by Professors Sarah Johnson & Mason Brown (Sjo0034@hunter.cuny.edu & mbr0010@hunter.cuny.edu)
Tuesdays, 4-5. Taught by Professors Tony Doyle & Adina Mulliken (tdoyle@hunter.cuny.edu & am2621@hunter.cuny.edu)
Wednesdays, 11-12. Taught by Professors Paul Sager & Clay Williams (paul.sager@hunter.cuny.edu & clwillia@hunter.cuny.edu)
Wednesdays, 12-1. Taught by Professor Tony Doyle (tdoyle@hunter.cuny.edu)
Thursdays, 3-4. Taught by Professor Phil Swan (pswan@hunter.cuny.edu)

Upcoming course offerings for fall 2017
Mondays, 12:10-1:00
Tuesdays, 11:10-12:00; 3:10-4:00; 4:10-5:00
Wednesdays, 11:10-12:00; 12:10-1:00
Thursdays, 1:10-2:00; 2:10-3:00

 

 
Please be in touch with the instructor(s) for more details on the specifics of their sections, as well as a sample syllabus.