Most of our online indexes, ejournals, and full-text articles can be accessed both on and off-campus. Off-campus access requires an ISU Borrower ID (last 11 digits of your ISUCard) and password. See Set your Library password for more information.
ISU Distance Education students & instructors, please see our Distance Learning page, our fuller DL Guide, and the ISU DE website's New Student Information (pdf) for more specifics about off-campus access and getting your ISUCard number.
This Guide presents general information about Lib 160: Information Literacy. Students currently enrolled in Lib 160 should login to Blackboard for specific information relevant to their class, including instructor information, specific due dates, course feedback, exam dates and times, and so on.
Lib 160: Information Literacy is a one credit university course taught by faculty librarians & library staff and required for all undergraduate degrees. The course examines the use of research libraries and information resources, with an emphasis on finding, evaluating, and using scholarly information.
Office: 140 Parks Library, First Floor
Office Phone: (515) 294-4527
Classroom: 31 Parks Library, Lower Level
Contact: Susan A. Vega García, Assoc. Professor & Course Director (email@example.com)