Adult services librarians meet the educational, informational, and recreational needs of adults throughout their life span. They develop collections and provide programming and reference services on topics such as career development, small business ownership, parenting, investing, retirement, and estate planning. They provide readers’ advisory services, informational and digital literacy instruction, and outreach services to homebound seniors and those in managed care facilities
In addition to the required 21 hours of core courses, students will complete 15 hours of electives, at least 12 of which must be selected from approved courses.
Students must take LIS 7405 Public Libraries.
At least 3 additional courses are to be selected from :
LIS 7105 Graphic Novels in Libraries
LIS 7202 Resources for Science and Technology
LIS 7203 Sources of Government Information
LIS 7205 Business Information Resources
LIS 7800 The Art & Practice of Library Storytelling
LIS 7905 Field Experience in Public Libraries
LIS 7909 Directed Independent Study
LIS 7912 Special Topics in Library Science when the topic is appropriate.
For more information, contact Dr. Suzanne Stauffer firstname.lastname@example.org.