INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies


Description:

Overview of the field of information studies, including library science, information science, archives and records, preservation and conservation of materials, and communications and technology as applied to the work of information professionals.

Required for all students in their first semester of the program. Offered on the credit/no credit basis only. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

*Prior to 2003-2004, given as Library and Information Science 180J.

Year Semester Course Professor
2011 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Bailey, Diane
2010 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Galloway, Patricia
2010 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Aspray, William
2010 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Galloway, Patricia
2010 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Galloway, Patricia
2009 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Galloway, Patricia
2009 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Westbrook, Lynn
2008 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Rice-Lively, Mary Lynn
2008 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Westbrook, Lynn
2007 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Dillon, Andrew
2007 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Gracy II, David B.
2006 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Dillon, Andrew
2006 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Rice-Lively, Mary Lynn
2005 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Dillon, Andrew
2005 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Rice-Lively, Mary Lynn
2004 Spring INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Davis, Don
2004 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Rice-Lively, Mary Lynn
2003 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Davis, Don
2003 Fall INF 180J - Introduction to Information Studies Davis, Don
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