Academic librarianship is a dynamic, evolving profession devoted to meeting the information needs of college students, faculty, and researchers.
In addition to the required courses, the foundation for academic libraries is laid in LIS 7104, Academic Libraries.
Supporting courses include:
LIS 7202 Resources for Science and Technology
LIS 7203 Sources of Government Information
LIS 7205 Business Information Resources
LIS 7410 Digital Libraries
LIS 7502 Networks for Information Centers
LIS 7607 Electronic Information Sources
LIS 7608 Introduction to Cataloging and Classification
LIS 7609 Advanced Cataloging and Classification
LIS 7807 Information Literacy Instruction
LIS 7809 Research in Library and Information Science
The academic course work is enhanced by LIS 7904 Field Experience in Academic Libraries, which provides preprofessional experience in an academic setting.
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