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IFL115 - Basic Information Literacy

In order to be an effective participant of the Information Age, a person must first be able to recognize when information is needed and then be able to locate, evaluate and effectively use the needed information. This set of skills forms the basis for lifelong learning. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to locate and critically evaluate information, apply appropriate research results in the completion of the other academic course assignments, as well as jump-start your academic and personal life.

Credit Hours: 3

Course Fees: $0.00

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