Many students are familiar with the Internet, Google, and Wikipedia. These are likely the first places they go to find information. While there is a lot of good information that can be found on the Internet, there is also a lot of “junk” out there as well. For Counseling 120, we librarains have found the best source for finding basic career information in general are available in two websites: Occupational Outlook Handbook www.bls.gov/oco and Bureau of Labor Statistics www.bls.gov. Students need to learn how to navigate this website and learn to list it in a MLA works-cited page.
1. Faculty both online and face2face will have to upload this module to Canvas.
2. For online classes, please invite librarian into Canvas and select "add a user" link.
3. For face2face, schedule a library instruction session with Jeri.firstname.lastname@example.org