Searchpath is a self-paced tutorial created by Kent Library faculty members where Southeast students can learn basic information literacy concepts and skills. Each of the modules takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. Students can come back to Searchpath content as often as they want to review and practice.
Content is organized into six modules:
Students will receive their assignment instructions from their UI100 Instructor.
Southeast Missouri State University is committed to helping students engage in their own career development early in their college careers. In UI100, all students will complete a required career assessment to help them connect their academic and career planning.
UI100 students will view the information on Sexual Violence Prevention video and pass a quiz with a 60% or better.
The three Course Learning Outcomes for UI100, First-Year Seminar, are:
In order to meet the first and second Course Learning Outcomes, students will complete the Information Literacy module Searchpath and take the module 1 quiz.
In order to meet Course Learning Outcome three, students will write a paper and their faculty will determine the rubric and what qualifies as having "met" the Course Learning Outcome.