Instructor: S. Coulstring
Nature and communication of scientific, medical and technological research. Information needs and uses of researchers and practitioners in these disciplines. Specialized forms of literature and information in science, medicine and technology. Organization of library and information services and their evaluation.
Course Syllabi for LIS 9319L-650 (Summer 2020)
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Prerequisites: MLIS 9003
Program Content Areas
Connecting People with Information
Upon successful completion of assignments, readings and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Investigate the information requirements and practices of users of scientific, technological, and medical knowledge and develop the skills and knowledge to provide library and information services to them (PLLO 2, 8, 9);
2. demonstrate basic knowledge of information formats, conventions, sources in science, technology and medicine (PLLO 2, 4);
3. exhibit a critical awareness of professional values and standards related to information work in science, technology and medicine fields (PLLO 3, 5).
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives