Course Rotation

Revised January 2017

We strive to implement this rotation, but we must occasionally make adjustments due to changing enrollments and instructor availability. Elective offerings are complemented by special topics courses.

Fall

  • LIS 506 – Introduction to Information Technology
  • LIS 507 – Information Life Cycle
  • LIS 508 – Information Users and Uses
  • LIS 513 – Records Management
  • LIS 514 – Conceptualizing and Representing Information
  • LIS 524 – School Media Center Field Experience
  • LIS 525 – School Media Center Practicum
  • LIS 534 – Resources and Services for Children
  • LIS 538 – Pedagogy for School Librarians
  • LIS 566 – Information Search
  • LIS 568 – Computer Applications in the School Library Media Center
  • LIS 575 – Introduction to Research Methods

Spring

  • LIS 507 – Information Life Cycle
  • LIS 508 – Information Users and Uses
  • LIS 509 – Introduction to Archives Management
  • LIS 518 – Reference Sources and Services
  • LIS 523 – User Education
  • LIS 525 – School Media Center Practicum
  • LIS 532 – Curriculum Role of the Media Specialist
  • LIS 535 – Resources and Services for Young Adults
  • LIS 536 – Multicultural and Special Population Materials for Children and Young Adults
  • LIS 563 – Digital Libraries
  • LIS 560 – Emerging Technologies
  • LIS 568 – Computer Applications in the School Library Media Center
  • LIS 569 – Database Systems
  • LIS 571 – Information Organization
  • LIS 581 – Management of Libraries and Information Agencies
  • LIS 585 – Management of School Library Media Centers
  • LIS 587 – Collection Development

Other Electives offered as the schedule allows

  • LIS 510 – Law Library Administration
  • LIS 531 – Marketing of Information Services
  • LIS 559 – Systems Administration
  • LIS 561 – Information Systems Analysis and Design
  • LIS 562 – Networking Technologies
  • LIS 567 – Government Information
  • LIS 580 – Information Policy
  • LIS 586 – Health Sciences Librarianship
  • LIS 588/589 – Music Librarianship I & II