Spring 2020

Digital Libraries: Principles and Applications
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brief Description: Research and development issues in digital libraries, including collection development and digitization; mixed mode holdings; access strategies and interfaces; metadata and interoperability; economic and social policies; and management and evaluation.

Introduction to Information Analytics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brief description: This course introduces analytical techniques to deal with very large data sets. Students will become familiar with predictive modeling, clustering, data mining, and paradigms such as Map Reduce.

Copyright for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
Brief description: Geared for library and information professionals, this course provides a firm foundation in the fundamental rules of American copyright law, and equips them with the tools to make informed decisions about copyright issues.

Storytelling for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
Brief description: Storytelling from oral tradition to information age. Special application in education, library advocacy, business/enterprise, and community engagement. Experiences in various techniques including use of digital tools for story creation.

Seminar in Library Management: Project Management
SJSU
Brief description: This course introduces essential strategies and techniques for project management. Topics include: management styles, institutional constraints, project life cycles, stakeholder management, scope definition, risk assessment, project planning tools, and team management. Students must meet the school's home computing and technology literacy prerequisites. See https://ischool.sjsu.edu/home-computing-environment

International and Comparative Librarianship
Simmons
Brief Description: Comparison of American and foreign library systems in terms of national differences in philosophy, objectives, and services. Evaluation and comparison of collection policies, technical processes, public services, professional training, management, and facilities. Selected in-depth area studies. International cooperation and major projects in the information fields; contributions of international organizations. Guest lectures, presentations, and individual research projects.

Fall 2019

Information Analytics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Brief description: This course introduces analytical techniques to deal with very large data sets. Students will become familiar with predictive modeling, clustering, data mining, and paradigms such as Map Reduce
Asynchronous 08/20/2019 – 12/13/2019

Project Management: Strategy and Application
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Brief description: This course introduces fundamental strategies used in successful project management. Topics include project planning tools, project life cycles, risk assessment, reasons behind project failures, and stakeholder & team management. Through the use of readings, videos, assignments, and forum discussions, students will have the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the strategy behind successful project management and problem resolution
Asynchronous 08/20/2019 – 12/13/2019

Information Assurance
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Brief description: Information assurance is a broader concept than (computerized) information security. It deals with aspects of data integrity, privacy, paper and human security issues, and security from several perspectives: legal issues, technical tools and methods, social and ethical concerns, and organization’s policies and procedures, and standards.
Asynchronous 08/20/2019 – 12/13/2019

Code & Power
UW-Madison iSchool
3 credit hours
Brief description: Does the Internet flatten the world? How do race, class, gender and other forms of intersectional oppression show up in code? What are the social relationships that structure our Digital Society? Overcoming gaps in information access and participation starts with you. This course combines an introduction to computer scripting with a critical examination of inequality in the contemporary computing industries. Students will increase their computing confidence through interactive hands-on exercises to gain mastery of core scripting concepts applicable to a variety of coding tools (e.g., HTML, PHP, SQL). At the same time, students will learn to design and assess inclusive computing activities and events through hands-on projects.

Notes: Start date: Sept. 4 End date: Last class day Dec. 11; exam period ends Dec. 19. Synchronous/Asynchronous

Collection Development
Queens College Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
3 credit hours
Brief description: Design of collection policy; criteria for selection and maintenance; evaluation techniques; resource sharing; organization and management of collection development, electronic and print.

Notes: “Start date: August 27, 2019 End date: December 20, 2019. Asynchronous

Theories of Information Science
Simmons University
3 credit hours
Brief description: This course covers the fundamental concepts and theories pertaining to information science. The course content includes core concepts and theories, information context, user and needs, information seeking and behavior, information interaction and retrieval, information use, and other related topics. Through this course, students will examine, analyze, and synthesize professional and scholarly work in this field, develop an understanding of the history of the field, and project the future of information science and their own leadership role within it. Assignments may range from literature search, opinion paper, annotated bibliography, presentations on theories and models, to oral history interviews of persons in the field.

Spring 2019

College and University Libraries
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Digital Marketing for Libraries
Queens College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Games in Libraries
Queens College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Policy
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Project Management: Strategy & Applications
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Resources for Young Adults
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Storytelling for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Fall 2018

Collection Development
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Sources & Services: Social Sciences
Queens College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Motivational Aspects of Information Use
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Theories of Information Science
Simmons College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Summer 2018

Games in Library
Queens College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Professionals Role in Teaching and Learning
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Museum Collection Development
Queens College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Storytelling
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Spring 2018

Cataloging of Info Resources
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Index & Abstract Systems & Services
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information & Communication Project Management
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Pedagogical Theory & Practice for Info Professionals
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Resources and Services for Adults
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Systems Analysis & Project Management
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Fall 2017

Info Tech in Educ Orgs
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Analytics
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Intellectual Freedom in Libraries
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Library Services to Students with Disabilities
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Services to Diverse Populations
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Summer 2017

Electronic Health Records
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Advocacy and Marketing for Libraries
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Resources and Services
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Services Around the World
Charles Sturt University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Linked Open Data
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Spring 2017

Cataloging
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Community Informatics
The University of Illinois
4 credit hours
Synchronous

Copyright for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information
The University of Illinois
4 credit hours
Synchronous

Index & Abstract Sys & Services
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Resources and Services in the Arts and Humanities
The University of Illinois
2 or 4 credit hours
Synchronous

Policy-Based Data Management
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Research Data Management
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Theological Librarianship
The University of Illinois
2 or 4 credit hours
Synchronous

Fall 2016

E-Government
The University of Illinois
3 credit hours
Synchronous

Information Analytics
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Intellectual Freedom
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Library Services to Students with Disabilities
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Services to Diverse Populations
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Summer 2016

Advocacy and Marketing for Libraries
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours

Community Informatics
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours

Global Contexts and Social Justice in Youth Literature
The University of Illinois
3 credit hours

Library Services Underserved Populations
Syracuse University
3 credit hours

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours

Technical Services Functions
The University of Illinois
3 credit hours

Spring 2016

Advocacy/Academic, Public, School
Syracuse University
3 credit hours

Cataloging and Classification
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours

Copyright for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
3 credit hours

Fundamentals of Big Data Curation and Management
Rutgers University
3 credit hours

Game Based Learning
Charles Sturt University
3 credit hours

Geographic Information Systems for Librarians
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours

Government Information Resources
Rutgers University
3 credit hours

Learning Theory, Media and the Curriculum
Rutgers University
3 credit hours

Resources and Services for Adults
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours

Fall 2015

Information Resources, Services & Technology in an Aging World
University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours

Library Services for Students with Disabilities
Syracuse University
3 credit hours

Middle East Librarianship
Simmons College
3 credit hours

Motivational Aspects/Information Use
Syracuse University
3 credit hours

Nonfiction for the Common Core
Rutgers University
3 credithours

Summer 2015

Foundations of Digital Data
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information and Access Services
University of North Texas
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

History of Libraries
Simmons College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Resources and Services
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Library Services for Underrepresented Populations
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Storytelling Info Professional
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Spring 2015

Geographic Information Systems for Librarians
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

History of American Librarianship
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Indexing and Abstracting Systems and Services
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

International and Comparative Librarianship
Simmons College
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Library and Information Services for Patrons with Disabilities
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Social Media for Information Professionals
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Subject Analysis in Library Catalogs
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Fall 2014

Building Broadband Communities
The University of Illinois
Synchronous
Residency Start and End Date 10/10/2014 - 10/10/2014

Government Information and Access Services
University of North Texas
Asynchronous

Social Networking for Information Professionals
Charles Sturt University
Asynchronous

Information Resources, Services & Technology in an Aging World
The University of Pittsburgh
Asynchronous

Intellectual Freedom for Libraries
Rutgers University
Asynchronous

Social Media & Global Change
The University of Illinois
Synchronous
Residency Start and End Date 10/12/2014 - 10/12/2014

Social Media for Information Professionals
The University of British Columbia
Asynchronous

Summer 2014

Advocacy and Marketing for Libraries
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Bibliographic Organisation
The Victoria University of Wellington
3 credit hours
Synchronous

Designing Spaces for Learning
Charles Sturt University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Electronic Health Records
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information and Services
University of North Texas
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Information Services Around the World
Charles Sturt University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Music Cataloging
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Publishing, Knowledge Institutions & Society: E - Revolutions?
The University of Wisconsin - Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Special Topic: Information Culture
The Victoria University of Wellington
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Storytelling
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Spring 2014

Community Informatics
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Geographic Informaiton Systems for Librarians
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Innovation in Public Libraries
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Records Management
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Services for Families and Early Literacy in the Preschool Years
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
Asynchronous

Fall 2013

Intellectual Freedom in Libraries
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Community Informatics
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Copyright for Information Professionals
Syracuse University
3 credit hours
asynchronous

International Issues and Innovations
The University of British Columbia
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Managing Digital Collections
The Victoria University of Wellington
3 credit hours
synchronous

Metadata and Networked Information Organization/Retrieval
University of North Texas
3 credit hours
synchronous

Metadata Architectures and Applications
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Summer 2013

Digital Curation
Victoria University of Wellington
3 credit hours; asynchronous

Indexing and Thesaurus Construction
Simmons College
3 credit hours; asynchronous

Library Design
Rutgers University
3 credit hours; asynchronous

Organizational Information Security
Syracuse University
3 credit hours; asynchronous

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours; asynchronous

Spring 2013

Digital Citizenship in Schools
Charles Sturt University
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
San Jose State University
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services
The University of Pittsburgh
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Informetrics and Scholarly Communication
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
3 credit hours
asynchronous

International and Comparative Librarianship
Simmons College
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Music Librarianship & Bibliography
The University of Illinois
3 credit hours
synchronous with one on-campus residency

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
3 credit hours
asynchronous

Theological Librarianship
The University of Illinois
3 credit hours
synchronous

Fall 2012

Community Informatics
The University of British Columbia
Instructor: Gurstein
Credit Hours: 3
Asynchronous

Community Informatics
The University of Illinois
Instructor: Williams
Credit Hours: 3
Synchronous with Residency

Data Modeling for Information Professionals
University of North Texas
Instructor: Chen
Credit Hours: 3
Asynchronous

Information Sources and Services in the Social Sciences
The University of Illinois
Instructor: Witt
Credit Hours: 3
Synchronous with Residency

Intellectual Freedom in Libraries
Rutgers University
Instructor: Kranich
Credit Hours: 3
Asynchronous

Summer 2012

Back of Book Indexing
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Instructor: Schoeller
Credit Hours: 3

Electronic Health Records: Emerging Standards, Applications and Services
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Instructor: Khanova
Credit Hours: 3

Government Information and Access Services
University of North Texas
Instructor: Kelly
Credit Hours: 3

International Librarianship
Rutgers University
Instructor: McInerney
Credit Hours: 3

Music Cataloging
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Instructor: Smiraglia
Credit Hours: 3

Photographic Preservation
San Jose State University
Instructor: WeaverAsynchronous Credit Hours: 3

Social Informatics
Rutgers University
Instructor: Pavlovsky
Credit Hours: 3

Social Networking for the Information Professional
Charles Sturt University
Instructor: Hay
Credit Hours: 3

Spring 2012

Archival Outreach: Program and Services Instructor: Anderson
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Credit Hours: 3

Data Mining Instructor: Howard Turtle
Syracuse University
Credit Hours: 3

International and Comparative Librarianship Instructor: Claudia Morner
Simmons College
Credit Hours: 3

LGBTQ Literature for Young Adults Instructor: Wepking
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Credit Hours: 1

Seminar in Contemporary Issues: Digital Copyright Instructor: Mary Minow
San Jose State University
Credit Hours: 3

Seminar in Library Management: Grant Writing Instructor: Patty Wong
San Jose State University
Credit Hours: 3

Storytelling for Information Professionals Instructor: Elizabeth Figa
University of North Texas
Credit Hours: 3

Fall 2011

Intellectual Freedom Instructor: Nancy Kranich
Rutgers University
Credit Hours: 3

Digital Curation Instructor: Michael Lesk
Rutgers University
Credit Hours: 3

Information Security Policy Instructor: Mintz
Syracuse University
Credit Hours: 3

Information Sources and Services in the Social Sciences Instructor: Witt
University of Illinois
Synchronous with Residency Requirement 10/21/11

Leading and Securing Cyber-Enabled Organizations Instructor: Meyerrose
Syracuse University
Asynchronous

Motivational Aspects of Information Use Instructor: Small
Syracuse University
Asynchronous

Summer 2011

Cataloging of Nonprint Materials The University of Illinois
Course ID: UT1106001

Museum Archives The University of Pittsburgh
Course ID: UT1106002

Resources and Services in the Humanities The University of Pittsburgh
Course ID: UT1106003

Social Informatics Rutgers University
Course ID: UT1106004

Social Media for Information Professionals The University of British Columbia
Course ID: UT1106005

Spring 2011

Academic Libraries Instructors: Lynn Copeland and Joyce Garnett, The University of British Columbia
3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Cataloging and Classification II Instructor: Weiss, University of Illinois
3 Credit Hours Synchronous (Requires one on-site visit 3/6/11)

Community Engagement Instructor: Bishop/Willingham, University of Illinoois
3 Credit Hours Synchronous (Requires one on-site visit 3/5/11)

Data Mining Instructor: TBA, Syracuse University
3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Gender and Culture in Children's Picture Books Instructor: TBA, Rutgers University
3 Credit Hours Asychronous

Information Retrieval Instructor: TBA, Rutgers University
3 Credit Hours Asychronous

Music Librarianship & Bibliography Instructor: Wagstaff, University of Illinois
3 Credit Hours Synchronous (Requires one on-site visit 3/4/11)

Fall 2010

Community Informatics Instructor: TBD, The University of Illinois
UT100907 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Digital Stewardship Instructor: Michael Lesk, Rutgers University
UT100901 3 Credit Hours Asychronous

Fact of the Matter: Informational Literature for Middle and High School Instructor: TBA, Rutgers University
UT100908 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Health Sciences Resources and Services Instructor: Ellen Detlefsen, The University of Pittsburgh
UT100902 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Information Systems Analysis: Concepts and Practice Instructor: Crowston, Syracuse University
Fall 2010 UT100903 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Intellectual Freedom Instructor: Nancy Kranich, Rutgers University
UT100904 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Technologies in Web Content Management Instructor: Hsiao, Syracuse University
UT100905 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Text Mining Instructor: Catherine Blake, The University of Illinois
UT100906 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Summer 2010

Academic Libraries Instructor: Lynn Copeland/Joyce Garnett, The University of British Columbia
UT100604 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Back of Book Indexing Instructor: Schoeller, The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
UT100605 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Childrens Literature and Related Materials Instructor: Robin Boltz, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
UT100601 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Does the Shoe Fit? Fairy Tales as Literature for Children Instructor: Monica Eddinger, Rutgers University
UT100601 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Indexing and Abstracting Instructor: Kellerman, The University of Illinois 590ILE
UT100606 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Information Technologies in Educational Organizations Instructor: Nabinger, Syracuse University
UT100603 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Museum Archives Instructor: Bernadette Callery, The University of Pittsburgh
UT100607 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Social Informatics Instructor: Lilia Pavlovsky, Rutgers University
UT100604 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Spring 2010

Cataloging and Classification II Instructor: Faye Leibowitz, The University of Illinois
UT100201 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Librarians Instructor: Hassan Karimi, The University of Pittsburgh
UT100203 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Information Sources and Services in the Sciences Instructor: Linda Smith, The University of Illinois
UT100204 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Information Systems Analysis: Concepts and Practices Instructor: Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University
UT100205 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Knowledge Management in Organizations Instructor: Claire McInerney, Rutgers University
UT100207 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Music Librarianship & Bibliography Instructor: John Wagstaff,The University of Illinois
UT100206 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

New Directions in Academic Libraries Instructor: Karen Wikoff, Syracuse University
UT100207 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Fall 2009

Cataloging and Classification II Instructor: Faye Leibowitz, The University of Illinois
UT090901 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Civic Entrepreneurship and Public Institutions Instructor: Taylor Willingham, The University of Illinois
UT090902 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Electronic Publishing: Technologies and Practices Instructor: Julia Flanders, The University of Illinois
UT090903 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Knowledge Management Instructor: Cynthia Correia Simmons College
UT090904 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Librarianship for Latin American, Iberian and Latina Studies Instructor: Ann Barnhart, The University of Illinois
UT090908 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Poetry for Children and Young Adults Instructor: Constance Vidor, Rutgers University 17:611:545
UT090907 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Social Media for Information Professionals Instructor: Dean Giustini, The University of British Columbia
UT090906 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Technologies in Web Content Management Instructor: Hsiao, Syracuse University IST 558
UT090905 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Summer 2009

Copyright and Fair Use in the Digital Age Instructor: James Currier, The University of Pittsburgh
UT090601 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Human Resource Management in Libraries and Information Centers Instructor: Debra Johnson, The University of Illinois
UT090602 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Indexing and Abstracting Instructor: Frank Kellerman,The University of Illinois
UT090603 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Information Resources, Services and Technology for An Aging World Instructor: Ellen Detlefsen, The University of Pittsburgh
UT090604 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Social Media Instructor: Anthony Rotolo, Syracuse University
UT090605 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

WISE+: Gaming in Libraries Instructor: Scott Nicholson, Syracuse University
UT090606 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

WISE+: Museum Archives Instructor: Bernadette Callery, The University of Pittsburgh
UT090607 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Spring 2009

Applications in Medical Informatics LIS 2970 Instructor: Ellen Detlefsen, The University of Pittsburgh
UT090201 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Legal Resources LIS 530G Instructor: Davidson, The University of Illinois
UT090205 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Marketing and Public Relations for Libraries LIS 2970 Instructors: Sue Alman/Adele Barsh, The University of Pittsburgh
UT090202 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

New Directions in Academic Libraries IST 502 Instructor: K. Wikoff, Syracuse University
UT090203 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Social Software Literacy 17:611 Instructor: Gail Palumbo, Rutgers University
UT090206 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Fall 2008 Classes

Cataloging and Classif II LIS 577 Instructor: Cheryl Tarsala, The University of Illinois
#UT080901 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Electronic Publishing: Technologies and Practices LIS 590 Instructor: Julia Flanders, The University of Illinois
#UT080902 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Government Information LIS 525 The University of Illinois View Details | Enrollment Report
#UT080903

Info Sources and Svcs Soc Sci LIS 523 Instructor: Will Wheeler, The University of Illinois
#UT080906 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Legal Information Resources and Services IST 606 Instructor: S. Weiter, Syracuse University View Details
#UT080907 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

 

Metadata IST 681 Instructor: Jan Qin, Syracuse University
#UT080904 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Strategic Planning in an info-based organization IST 673 Instructor: Sharif, Syracuse University
#UT080906 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Web Development & Information Architecture LIS 467 Instructor: Linda W. Braun, Simmons College
#UT080905 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Summber 2008 Classes

Introduction to Information Science UT080606 Instructor: Anthony Debons, The University of Pittsburgh
#UT080606 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Evaluating Programs & Services LIS 590 Instructor: Debra Johnson, The University of Illinois
#UT080601 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Human Resource Management in Libraries & Information Centers LIS 590 Instructor: Debra Johnson, The University of Illinois
#UT080602 3 Credit Hours Synchronous

Museum Archives LIS 2970 Instructor: Bernadette Callery, University of Pittsburgh
#UT080603 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Organizational Information Security IST 629 Instructor: Saira Hague, Syracuse University
#UT080605 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Social Software 17:610:598 Instructor: Steve Garwood, Rutgers University
#UT080604 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Spring 2008 Classes

Applications in Medical Informatics LIS 2587 Instructor: Ellen Detlefsen, University of Pittsburgh
UT #0080201 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Civic Entrepreneurship and Public Institutions LIS 590 Instructor: Taylor Willingham, The University of Illinois
UT #0080208 3 semester credit hours Synchronous

Globalization and the Information Society: Information, Communication and Development IST 600 Instructor: Derrick Cogburn, Syracuse University
UT #0080202 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Government Information Resources and Services LIS 2970 Instructor: TBA, The University of Pittsburgh
UT #0080203 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

Health Consumer Resources and Services LIS 2970 Instructor: Mary Jo Dorsey, The University of Pittsburgh
UT #0080205 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

History of Children's Literature LIS 2970 Instructor: Elizabeth Mahoney, The University of Pittsburgh View Details
UT Class Link Not Yet Listed

Music Librarianship & Bibliography LIS 530 Instructor: John Wagstaff, The University of Illinois View Details
UT #0080207 3 semester credit hours Synchronous

Technology in the School Library Media Center LIS 460 Instructor: Linda W. Braun, Simmons College
UT #0080204 3 Credit Hours Asynchronous

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