Welcome to the UWB/CCC Campus Library! We've created this guide to help you with your research assignment in BIS 300.
Our contact information is to the right of this box. Feel free to contact Chelsea with questions about your research! Also, you'll see chat boxes on each page of this research guide. If you have a question about research or using library resources (accessing a database, finding an article, checking out books, or more), you can ask a UW librarian & get help ASAP.
BIS 300 instructors and librarians collaborate to help students develop research and information seeking skills for academic success as well as to instill lifelong learning strategies. Information literacy (which includes accessing, analyzing, evaluating, synthesizing, and producing knowledge) is a key component of all BIS 300 classes. Below are some learning goals related to information literacy that both librarians and faculty keep in mind when designing research workshops.
Example BIS 300 course learning goals:
Example BIS 300 research workshop goals:
Additionally, your BIS 300 librarian can:
Please don't hesitate to get in touch with your librarian!