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LIB 120 Introduction to Information Literacy fulfills the English Communication General Education Requirement.  The specific integrated skills addressed in this course are:

Writing Effectively: In LIB 120, written assignments receive feedback from the instructor, and are revised before submission as part of the Paper Trail semester project.

Speaking Effectively: Group discussions and oral presentations lead to improved public speaking.

Using Information Technology: LIB 120 requires the use of information technology, including a range of electronic databases, word processing software, and the Internet.  Instructors may also require the use of class LISTSERVs, WebCT, or other tools.

More information regarding LIB 120 and how it fulfills the General Education requirement is available at http://www.uri.edu/facsen/LIB120.html.  Further information about the University's General Education Program is available at http://www.uri.edu/facsen/GENED_Program_May04.html.

This page was last updated on August 2, 2004.  For any questions about this page, please contact Mary MacDonald, Information Literacy Librarian.