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Table 2.
Information literacy in the biology curriculum. Upon completion of the listed course, students will be able to:
Principles of Biology I
  • Identify campus science librarian, his/her role, and know how to contact.

 
  • Distinguish between different types of scholarly sources, including primary literature, review articles, and other types of secondary sources.

 
  • Articulate the difference between peer-reviewed work and other sources.

 
  • Understand different types of scientific communication and why each is important.

 
  • Identify the parts and purpose of each section of a primary article.

 
  • Identify the role of citing other's work, and the ethical implications of knowledge sharing and plagiarism.

 
Principles of Biology I
  • Identify campus science librarian, his/her role, and know how to contact.

 
  • Distinguish between different types of scholarly sources, including primary literature, review articles, and other types of secondary sources.

 
  • Articulate the difference between peer-reviewed work and other sources.

 
  • Understand different types of scientific communication and why each is important.

 
  • Identify the parts and purpose of each section of a primary article.

 
  • Identify the role of citing other's work, and the ethical implications of knowledge sharing and plagiarism.

 
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