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University Libraries is open and ready to help patrons. Please note that we are not open on weekends and close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday - Fridays until school back in session. Classes at Idaho State University will be back in session on Monday, January 13, 2020. We are excited to welcome back students, faculty, and staff!
Did you know?
University Libraries offers a 3-credit course
LLIB 1115 Introduction to Information Research
that satisfies an Objective 8 Gen Ed requirement, as well as a Set B prerequisite for nursing students.
Learn effective processes for locating relevant information and evaluating it.
Cite and use sources efficiently and ethically.
Health Science students will focus on evidence-based practices, build compelling clinical questions, use biomedical resources, and research techniques specific to the field of Health Science.
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