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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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    Interdisciplinary Courses

    Library Resources

336-10500 Library Resources and Methods of Research   U LA

     A seven-week course on the College library collections and services. Instruction in the use of periodical indexes, abstracts, reference sources, card catalog, and nonbook materials. Emphasis is placed on completion of two bibliographic search projects. 1 credit. (F)

336-10800 Business Reference Sources and Methods of Research   NLA

     A seven-week course to enable students to select, locate, and use basic and advanced business and economics sources in the College library and other libraries; formulate, define, and conduct a research strategy on a specific company, industry, or business topic; and write a report on a company based on an analysis of information gathered through interviews and print and electronic sources. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or above. Open to all majors, but highly recommended for students in the School of Business. 1 credit. (F-S,Y)

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