Introduction to ResearchSupporting Structure
About the Class
- Learn about the structure that supports academic research?
- Earn higher grades by citing better sources?
Enroll in LIB 100F or LIB100HF to broaden your knowledge base!
Questions? Contact Prof. Starkey, firstname.lastname@example.org
June 12 – June 26
12pm – 1:50pm
Meets: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
1-unit class – transfers from Fullerton College to CSUs & UCs
LIB 100F: Introduction to Research
Introduces students to research methods using print library materials (such as books), online information databases, and the Web. Students will develop critical thinking skills to identify research needs and locate, retrieve, analyze, evaluate, and cite appropriate resources on topics.
LIB 100HF: Honors Introduction to Research
This honors-enhanced course introduces students to research methods using print library materials, online information databases, and the Web. Students will develop critical thinking skills to identify research needs and locate, retrieve, analyze, evaluate, and cite appropriate resources on topics.
This course is of special value to those students intending to transfer to a four-year institution.
Advisory: Basic computer literacy and ENGL 060 or ENGL 099 or ESL 186 or eligibility for ENGL 100F are highly desirable.
June 12 through June 26, from 12pm – 1:50pm
Meets: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays
Fullerton College Library, 2nd Floor, Room 827
Contact Prof. Starkey, email@example.com
Programs at Fullerton College
Participate in an essay contest to explore the world of banned books and controversial ideas.
First, second and third place winners will be awarded $200, $100, and $50 respectively.
Questions? Val Macias, firstname.lastname@example.org, (714) 992-7381
Students - come cultivate the habit of reading for leisure, learn more about different genres, and practice talking in front of a small group in an informal environment.
Each participant receives a free copy of the book as well as free snacks during the discussions.
Questions? Contact Jane Ishibashi, JIshibashi@fullcoll.edu or Deidre Hughes, email@example.com.
Do you want to try reading books in Spanish? Does speaking your mind in Spanish feel good? Want to have discussion with like-minded people in Spanish? Want to discuss ideas—in Spanish? Then this group is for you! Come to our information meeting and see what we have in store.
Questions? Contact Valentin Macias, firstname.lastname@example.org
Create edible art that looks like a book or is inspired by it!
Participation open to students, departments and clubs!
$25 gift cards for student winners! Certificates (and bragging rights) for winning clubs and departments!
RSVP: Val Macias, email@example.com, (714) 992-7381