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LIB 1100

Did you know that OCC Libraries offers a one credit hour course taught by library faculty? LIB 1100 students learn how to:

  • become effective and efficient researchers and library users
  • select the most appropriate research tools from a variety of library resources for any research assignment
  • analyze and evaluate information to determine credibility
  • cite sources accurately
  • avoid plagiarism

Information literacy skills are essential for student success and can be used in your personal life!

Interested in taking LIB 1100 or ready to register for a class? Check out the schedule of classes for dates, times, and availability at your campus or go to Online Services for registration information.

 

Library Video Tutorials

Learn to navigate the library catalog, databases and other electronic resources. Click here to view our selection of video tutorials

Student Success Seminars

Sign up for Student Success Seminars on library research, electronic databases, good web sites, and research papers. Ask your instructor about extra credit for these seminars.

  • Orchard Ridge Library Success Seminars, Summer I 2014
    nothing currently scheduled
  • Royal Oak Student Success Seminars, Summer I 2014
    nothing currently scheduled
  • Southfield Student Success Seminars
    nothing currently scheduled
 

Welcome to SearchPath

SearchPath is comprised of six modules. Each one takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. SearchPath will help you find what you need in the library and on the World Wide Web with more accuracy. The skills you learn will save you time and will help you get better grades.

Click here to start SearchPath

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