The library offers credit-bearing classes designed to help you become familiar with the library's resources

Introduction to Library Research (INT 1)

INT 1 is no longer being offered.

Advanced Library Research (INT 100)

INT 100 classes are 2-unit courses designed for upper-division undergraduates and graduate students in a specific subject. Content focuses on advanced research in a specific field of study.

  • INT 100CR - Critical Research and Information Studies, Winter 2021

The practice of research is fundamental to being a critical user, producer, and consumer of information. Research often involves navigating information institutions and systems, such as libraries, archives, and data repositories. This course will provide students with core skills in developing research projects (professional, academic, and personal) with a lens of equity and justice to aid in effectively navigating information institutions. Students will be introduced to major concepts in critical information literacy, research justice, and scholarly communication. By examining their own research processes and experiences, students will have the opportunity to rediscover research as a tool for individual and collective empowerment.

Chemical Literature (CHEM 184/284)

Designed for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, this class includes lectures and exercises on chemistry-related literature and other information resources.

  • Offered each year during Winter Quarter
    • Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:00-2:50 pm (UCSB Library, Rm. 1312)
  • Course syllabus in GauchoSpace

Music Bibliography and Research Techniques (MUS200A)

This 2-unit course is intended for graduate students in music. It is a seminar on bibliographic tools and research techniques that are useful for music research.

  • Frequently offered during Fall Quarter
  • Course syllabus in GauchoSpace