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
Kate Johnson
Information Organization, Curation and Access
Victoria Rubin
Information Sources and Services
Paulette Rothbauer
Research Methods and Statistics
Melissa Adler
Managing and Working in Information Organizations
Alissa Centivany
Information Policy
Louis D'Alton
Privacy and Surveillance
 
Special Topic: Information Ethics
Alissa Centivany
Legal Issues for Information Professionals
Samuel Trosow
Thesaurus Construction and Metadata
Victoria Rubin
Records Management
Robin Keirstead
Collection Management
Kate Johnson
Legal Information
Stephen Coulstring
Children's Materials (Birth - 7 years): Evaluation and Use
Lynne McKechnie
Services for Children and Young Adults
Paulette Rothbauer
Special Topic:Public Library Services for Newcomers and Immigrants
Nafiz Shuva
Special Topic: Scholarly Communications and Open Access
Melissa Seelye
Individual Study
 
Guided Research I
 
Guided Research II
 
Major Research Project Part 1
 
Major Research Project Part 2
 
Knowledge Management
Isola Ajiferuke
Prospect Research In Fundraising
Tracey Church / Izabela Piasecka-Latour
Public Libraries
Julie Brandl
Academic Libraries
Joyce Garnett
Special Libraries
Robert Craig
Information Visualization
Kamran Sedig
Web Design and Architecture
Mark Rayner
Database Management Systems
Liwen Vaughan
Special Topic: The Facts about Facts: Critical Issues in Media Literacy
Kathy English
Special Topic: Making and Thinking
Sasha Torres