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BUS 206 - Kathy Wilson: BUS 206

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will use the library catalog and appropriate Business and multidisciplinary databases to find books and articles in order to complete an effective presentation on their assigned management topics.  Students will also understand the importance of  citing sources properly and know how to find the library's guides to the American Psychological Association (APA) and other style manuals.

Information Literacy Competencies

Our library session today will familiarize you with the wide selection of research and academic materials available to you through Pearsall Library.  We have much more than what you see within our walls available through our electronic resources. 

Today we will introduce you to the types of information we have available, show you some of the library database and internet search tools, and help you develop skills for finding and evaluating information. 

Most important of all, please ask a librarian or library staff member for assistance at any time.  We can save you valuable time and energy and point you in the right direction.  We are here for YOU.

Wesleyan College Information Competencies
The ability to locate information efficiently and use it effectively is an essential factor in the success of our graduates’ personal and professional lives. For students to be successful at Wesleyan and in their lives and careers, it is essential that they develop information literacy skills. These include the ability to recognize the need for information, and to locate, evaluate, organize, interpret, and communicate information in all formats.

The information competent student:

1. Determines the nature and extent of the information needed.

2. Finds and uses search tools effectively, efficiently.

3. Locates and obtains the information.

4. Critically evaluates the information retrieved before using it.

5. Organizes, Synthesizes, integrates, and ethically/legally applies information.