INF 382T - Information Services: Theory, Techniques, and Subject Areas


Prerequisites:

Graduate standing.

Description:

Exploration of reference services; and evaluation and use of printed and online information resources and services, with emphases on interpersonal communication and new information technologies. Information needs and information-seeking behavior or users; and new roles of the information specialist in user services. Includes information resources an services in the humanities and social sciences.

Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

Information Studies 382L (Topic 1: Information Resources in the Humanities) and 382T may not both be counted; Information Studies 382L(Topic 2: Information Resources in the Social Sciences) and 382T may not both be counted.

Year Semester Course Professor
2010 Fall INF 382T - Information Services: Theory, Techniques, and Subject Areas: Indigenous Librarianship Roy, Loriene
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