Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2013/2014
Canadian Excellence

BF299
Academic Literacy: Humanities
0.5 Credit

Students will learn the basic skills necessary to understand how scholars in the humanities think about problems and approach a variety of cultural artefacts (e.g., works of film, literature or visual popular culture); how they conduct research; how they analyze information; and how they communicate their ideas. Students will attend lectures as well as small-group classes that will use the course material in a series of task-defined units designed to teach the critical thinking, research, information literacy, and communication skills necessary to conducting effective inquiry in the humanities.

Additional Course Information
Exclusions
CT220.
 

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision March 6, 2013: BF299 Exclusion added; effective September 1, 2013.