Information Literacy Stipends 2007-2008

Dean Charles Kratz announced the names of the recipients of the two Information Literacy Stipends granted by the Weinberg Memorial Library to help faculty integrate student learning outcomes on information literacy in their courses. This is the fourth year that the Weinberg Memorial Library has awarded these stipends.

HRA 502 - Human Resource Management

This survey course is normally taken by new graduate students during the first semester of their proposed program. It will be taught by Terri Freeman Smith, Assistant Professor in Health Administration & Human Resources, and will be offered via the Angel course management system. Objectives include learning to identify scholarly resources and research, learning to access scholarly information by searching library databases and professional websites, developing skills in analyzing and presenting research using APA format, and developing research skills using the Weinberg Memorial Library’s databases. Coordinating Librarian is Bonnie Oldham, Assistant Professor. Click here to read the final report.

Psyc 355: Psychological Testing

Students in Psyc 355, taught by Professor Thomas P. Hogan, will become familiar with several useful psychological testing tools. One 75-minute class will be devoted to the information sources during the Fall 2008 semester. After being introduced to these reference tools, the students will be assessed for competency on how to use them effectively. Dr. Thomas P. Hogan, Professor. Consulting Librarian, Mary Elizabeth Moylan. Click here to read the full report.

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