Instructional Services - Credit Courses
The UNC Libraries offer an extensive array of credit courses each year. Search URSA for the Libraries' current course offerings.
LIB 150: Introduction to Undergraduate Research
This course introduces effective library research techniques designed to increase the student’s ability to identify, access, and evaluate information. Students will be prepared to participate in scholarly discourse throughout their academic and post graduate careers.
LIB 151: Research Skills for Beginning Researchers
Undergraduate research course designed for students in the UNC Honors Program. This course is the first of four courses in the Independent Project sequence – LIB 151, LIB 251, HON 351, and HON 451.
LIB 160: Criminal Justice Library Research
Undergraduate research course designed for Criminology and Criminal Justice majors.
LIB 170: Audiology & Speech Language Sciences Library Research
Undergraduate research course designed for Audiology and Speech Language Sciences majors.
LIB 201: Power & Control in an Information Society
Examines the importance of personal and institutional power in the creation, organization, and accessibility of information in contemporary western societies. (LAC, gtP)
LIB 251: Research as Inquiry: Exploration for Beginning Researchers
Sophomore level course designed for students in the UNC Honors Program. This course is the second of four courses in the Independent Project sequence. The course focuses on skills in critical reading and writing and developing a literature review.