Library Science Program SLOs
- Formulate search strategies for conducting research on a specific topic
- Use research tools and databases to conduct searches for academic and personal needs
- Produce bibliographic documentation using appropriate standard and style for research papers
- Evaluate information and its sources critically
- Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally
Institutional SLOs adopted: A, B, C, E, F, H
- A. Critical Thinking: Analyze problems by differentiating fact from opinions, using evidence, and using sound reasoning to specify multiple solutions and their consequences.
- B. Communication: Effectively communicate thought in a clear, well-organized manner to persuade, inform, and convey ideas in academic, work, family and community settings.
- C. Quantitative Reasoning: Identify, analyze, and solve problems that are quantitative in nature.
- E. Civic Responsibility: Apply the principles of civility to situations in the contexts of work, family, community and the global world. Attend a court of law, school board, or community meeting, register to vote, and then give a written account of what you learned from the experience.
- F. Technical Competence: Utilize the appropriate technology effectively for informational, academic, personal, and professional needs. Use competent technique in a musical performance.
- H. Ethics: Practice and demonstrate standards of personal and professional integrity, honesty and fairness; apply ethical principles in submission of all college work.