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Spring 2014 Regular Session Schedule

Classes begin: 2014-01-23
Classes end: 2014-05-13
Spring Recess: March 24-28, 2014
Cesar Chavez Day: March 31

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Important: Classes start on the first day of school unless stated differently in the Notes below.

All classes are online and 3 units unless otherwise stated.

Additional course information may be available on instructor syllabi from prior semesters. View the list of course web pages. Please check this information before e-mailing instructors.

When choosing your spring 2014 electives for Regular Session, you may find it helpful to view available electives by Career Pathway.

Zoom is the University Web conferencing software.

The following courses have multiple sections with different topics: 210, 220, 246, 250, 267, 271A, 281, 282, 284, 285, 287. Select a course to view topic choices, then click search to display results.

Catalog Nbr Course Title Class Number Instructor Mandatory
Intensive Note
Libr200-01  Information Communities 23458Liu, Z.     
Libr200-02  Information Communities 26597Bedord     
Libr200-03  Information Communities 26598Walter     
Libr200-04  Information Communities 26599Bontenbal  Intensive format: 1/23-3/14 note for 200-04:  See more information about intensives
Libr202-01  Information Retrieval System Design 23459Kemp     
Libr202-02  Information Retrieval System Design 26192MacKay     
Libr202-03  Information Retrieval System Design 26600Kemp     
Libr202-04  Information Retrieval System Design 26601Rebmann     
Libr203-00  Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success  Faires     
Libr204-01  Information Professions 23475Sawyer     
Libr204-02  Information Professions 26193Rosenblum     
Libr204-03  Information Professions 26265Ozoh     
Libr204-04  Information Professions 26605Gaffney     
Libr210-01  Reference and Information Services 20430Gilman     
Libr210-02  Reference and Information Services 24259Liu, M. There will be two mandatory synchronous sessions, dates and times to be determined during the first week of classes.    
Libr220-04  Resources and Information Services in Professions and Disciplines 26609Bodart There will be 6 mandatory classes, including two guest speakers and 6 book club type discussions/presentations. The lecture information will be recorded for asynchronous presentation, and formation of the discussion groups will take place online. Dates for the classes will be 2/10, 3/5, 3/19, 4/2, 4/16, plus 4/30 if there are more than 6 book club discussions/presentations. All classes are from 6:30-9:00pm PT.  topic: Readers Advisory Genres and Techniques
Libr233-01  School Library Media Centers 26613Loertscher 2/3, 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 4/7, 4/21, 5/5 (All at 5:30-7:30pm PT)   
Libr240-01  Information Technology Tools and Applications 20431Dean     
Libr242-01  Database Management 21898Liu, G. All on Saturdays, 9-11:30am PT: 1/25 (Orientation), 2/15 (Lab Session I (E-R analysis)), 3/15 (Lab Session II (Oracle initiated)), 4/12 (Lab Session III (xSQL))    
Libr244-01  Online Searching 23478Bedord     
Libr246-05  Information Technology Tools and Applications — Advanced 24264Chen    topic: Information Visualization
note for 246-05:  
Libr247-01  Vocabulary Design 21173Shiri     
Libr248-01  Beginning Cataloging and Classification 23482Goetting     
Libr248-02  Beginning Cataloging and Classification 23483Goetting     
Libr250-01  Design and Implementation of Instructional Strategies for Information Professionals 21899Loertscher 1/27, 2/10, 2/24, 3/10, 3/31, 4/14, 4/28 (All at 5:30-7:30pm PT)  topic: Instructional Design K-12 Focus
Libr251-01  Web Usability 24279Kemp     
Libr256-01  Archives and Manuscripts 20904de Lorenzo     
Libr257-01  Records Management 21174de Lorenzo     
Libr259-01  Preservation Management 22446Skinner     
Libr264-01  Materials for Tweens 26616Peck     
Libr266-01  Collection Management 20432Bodart These classes are MANDATORY ASYNCHRONOUS, but synchronous attendance is highly recommended by students who have taken the class previously. Dates are: 1/27, 2/4, 3/3, 3/31, 4/23, 3/28. Times are: 6:30-9:00pm PT for all classes.    
Libr267-01  Seminar in Services to Children and Young Adults 24287Bodart There will be 4 mandatory synchronous sessions for student presentations. Dates will be decided during the first two weeks of the semester to accommodate students’ schedules. All classes will be 6:30-9:00pm PT.  topic: Award Winning Youth Titles
Libr275-01  Library Services for Racially and Ethnically Diverse Communities 20433Liu, Z.     
Libr280-01  History of Books and Libraries 20434Main    note for 280-01:  Instructors: Hansen and Main
Libr281-06  Seminar in Contemporary Issues 26619Hagar    topic: Community Informatics
note for 281-06:  See more information about this class.
Libr282-01  Seminar in Library Management 22447Horodyski    topic: Digital Asset Management
Libr284-05  Seminar in Archives and Records Management 24306Lindberg    topic: Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
Libr285-01  Research Methods in Library and Information Science 24300Luo    topic: General overview of the frequently used research methods in library and information practice More 285 Topic Information
Libr285-02  Research Methods in Library and Information Science 24301Bernier    topic: Youth Services More 285 Topic Information
Libr285-05  Research Methods in Library and Information Science 26631Stenstrom    topic: Evaluating Programs and Services More 285 Topic Information
Libr287-01  Seminar in Information Science 20700Stephens    topic: The Hyperlinked Library: Emerging Trends, Emerging Technologies
Libr287-02  Seminar in Information Science 26639San Nicolas-Rocca    topic: Cybersecurity
note for 287-02:  
Libr289-01  Advanced Topics in Library and Information Science (e-portfolio) 26645Main     
Libr294-02  Professional Experience: Internships 21175Fisher, B.    note for 294-02:  (2 units)
Libr294-03  Professional Experience: Internships 21176Fisher, B.    note for 294-03:  (3 units)
Libr294-04  Professional Experience: Internships 21177Fisher, B.    note for 294-04:  (4 units)
Libr294-05  Professional Experience: Internships 21178Lindberg    note for 294-05:  (2 units)
Libr294-06  Professional Experience: Internships 21179Lindberg    note for 294-06:  (3 units)
Libr294-07  Professional Experience: Internships 21180Lindberg    note for 294-07:  (4 units)
Libr294-08  Professional Experience: Internships 26658Franks    note for 294-08:  (2 units) See more information about Virtual Internships.
Libr294-09  Professional Experience: Internships 26659Franks    note for 294-09:  (3 units) See more information about Virtual Internships.
Libr294-20  Professional Experience: Internships 26660Franks    note for 294-20:  (4 units) See more information about Virtual Internships.
Libr295-01  School Library Field Work 20701Harlan 1/29 (6-7pm PT)   
Libr298-01  Special Studies 26666All Faculty    note for 298-01:  (1 unit) See more information about Special Studies.
Libr298-02  Special Studies 26667All Faculty    note for 298-02:  (2 units) See more information about Special Studies.
Libr298-03  Special Studies 26668All Faculty    note for 298-03:  (3 units) See more information about Special Studies.
Libr298-04  Special Studies 26669Faires    note for 298-04:  (3 units) Only for WISE students)
Libr298-05  Special Studies 26670Faires    note for 298-05:  (3 units) Only for students taking Collaborate Peer Mentoring with Debbie Faires
Libr298-06  Special Studies 26671Faires    note for 298-06:  (3 units) Only for students taking 203 Peer Mentoring with Debbie Faires
Libr299-01  Thesis 26674All Faculty