Library and Information Science (LIS)
10010 Information Fluency for College Success (3)
(Cross-listed with LIB 10010) Teaches information and technology skills critical to college success, enabling student to become information fluent—able to find and evaluate information in a variety of contexts and formats, using a variety of technologies, to achieve specific objectives in effective and socially responsible ways. Prerequisite: none.
30010 Information Fluency in the Workplace and Beyond (3)
(Cross-listed with LIB30010) Teaches information access, technology, and media literacy skills which enables students to become, not only information literate, but also information fluent—able to move seamlessly among multiple information sources and technologies resources to fill their informational needs, whether in the classroom or the workplace. Prerequisite: none.
40693 Variable Title Workshop in Library and Information Science (1-3)
(Repeatable for credit) Intensive examination of special topics of interest. Course may be repeated. S/U grading. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and special approval.
41095 Selected Topics in Library Science (1-3)
(Repeatable for credit) Offered irregularly as resources and opportunities permit. Topics will be announced in Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: special approval.