Courses

Please use the filters below to reset the page to display required, elective, and other types of Library & Information Science (LIS) courses, on a term-by-term basis.

"All Courses" is a list of the entire LIS course catalogue. Not all courses are offered in every term or every year.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Elective courses accessed through the filters below include anticipated courses for the coming term(s). The lists below reflect the course planning as currently known. Note that courses may be cancelled or added due to appropriate instructor availability; therefore, the courses listed below are not guaranteed. Please frequently check for potential changes.

Perspectives on Library and Information Science
Alex Mayhew
Information Organization, Curation and Access
Elisabeth Davies
Information Sources and Services
Heather Hill
Research Methods
Yimin Chen
Managing and Working in Information Organizations
Pam McKenzie
Information Policy
Davin Helkenberg
Information Literacy: Theory and Practice
Leeanne Romane
Special Topic: Antiracism in Library and Information Science
Amber Matthews
Records Management
Carolynn Bart-Riedstra
Collection Management
Roger Chabot (Kelsang Legden)
Science, Technology and Medical Information
Stephen Coulstring
Consumer Health Information
Denise Smith
Special Topic: Accessibility and Information Environments
Heather Hill
Materials for Older Children (8-12 years)
Lynne McKechnie
Special Topic: Public Library Services for Newcomers and Immigrants
Nafiz Shuva
Special Topic: Information in the Age of Planet Google
Lucia Cedeira Serantes / Rachel Melis
Individual Study
 
Guided Research I
 
Major Research Project Part 1
 
Major Research Project Part 2
 
Information Management
Cabot Yu / Melanie Sucha
Public Libraries
Bessie Sullivan
Academic Libraries
Joyce Garnett
Special Libraries
Robert Craig
Introduction to Archives Administration
Don Spanner
Archival Arrangement and Description
Lutzen Riedstra
Information Retrieval: Research and Practice
Tolu Asubiaro
Database Management Systems
McClellan