Course Specific Research Support for CG 101: Home

The purpose of this page is to link curriculum requirements for developmentally- and discipline-specific development of research skills to appropriate library instruction and support outcomes

College Survival and Success: Personal Responsibility course outcomes related to research skills:

Other indicators of required research or information seeking:

From the Outcome and Assessment Strategies:

  • Assess students’ ability to access resources and use them effectively (via a worksheet, quiz, presentation, etc.).

Note:  in Course Content: College/Campus sources listing does not include Library [yet]

Bridging competencies to support research and information seeking at this level:

  • Communicate thoughts clearly
  • Read introductory level text
  • Recognize their personal problem solving and learning strategies

Corresponding research and information seeking outcomes for CG101

1. Meet at least one of the librarians, and learn how they can assist students

2. Locate areas for quiet study in the  library

3. Outline organizing structures of library collections, including format and classification

4. Navigate to library website, and identify key parts, relevant for beginning library users

Librarian Instructional Objectives:

1. Describe where the librarians are located and what they do

2. Take a tour, and locate service and study areas available in the library

3. Name some of the collection areas in the library

4. Identify library orientation tools on the  library website

Knowledge Practices and Dispositions

Oregon Library Standards Learning Goals

Placement of courses on an Information Literacy Continuum

Courses Instructional Stages Student's Developmental Stage

CG 101
CG 135T
CG 145

Connecting to 
College

1. I know where the library is located and about some of the services provided.

CG 105
CG111A
CG 130
CG130H
​CG140A
CG140B 
CG140C
CG 209

 

Information Seeking

2. I can identify a topic, and identify useful information sources to read about it.

 

Information
Literacy Skills

3. I can develop a topic statement, locate and use library sources, and begin  informational research.

 

 

 

Academic or Career/
Technical Related

4. I evaluate the sources I have found for relevancy to my field, and I know who some of the experts are.

 
Inquiry and Exploration for
Research

5. I can identify pro- and con-positions on a topic. I can identify the perspectives of various experts in a field.

 
Discipline- or Area
of Study Specific

6. I can support my position on an issue with evidence. I can accurately summarize the scholarly or professional conversation.

 

Librarian Liaison to the Advisors' SAC (Subject Area Committee)

Contact: Torie Scott,  Librarian at the Cascade campus

Librarian subject collectors for: Developmental Education

Campus Librarians, supporting College Survival related subjects research

For information about this page:

To update Course outcomes, contact: Pam Kessinger