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ULIB 102: Introduction to Health Science Library Research

Course Description

Focuses on the concepts and logic of information access including using the libraries' online catalog, various databases and the Internet to find quality information. Incorporates hands-on practice with electronic resources for research and synthesis of information. This course is offered specifically for students in fields related to the Health Sciences.

Two Credit Hours

Offered Fall and Spring semesters.

ULIB 102 Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will:

Course Resources


This class does not require any textbooks. Readings and other materials are available through eCampus.


This course assumes that you are comfortable performing basic tasks within eCampus, such as sending attachments, taking quizzes, and posting to course discussion boards.


Click here to view a copy of a sample syllabus for ULIB 102: Introduction to Health Sciences Library  Research. Please note that this is a draft and that the final syllabus for your course may slightly differ.

Modes of Instruction

These sections meet 100% online.