Spring 2016 Special Session Schedule

Classes begin: 2016-01-28
Classes end: 2016-05-16
Spring Recess: March 28-April 1, 2016
Cesar Chavez Day: March 31, 2016

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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.

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
Number
Course Title Class Number Instructor Mandatory
Zoom
Intensive Note
Info200-10 Information Communities 29082Liu, Z.  
Info200-11 Information Communities 29083Boyd  
Info200-12 Information Communities 29084Greenblatt  
Info200-13 Information Communities 29085Tash  
Info200-14 Information Communities 29086Reid, A.  
Info200-15 Information Communities 29087Boyd  
Info200-16 Information Communities 29088Tash  
Info200-17 Information Communities 29089Bontenbal  
Info200-18 Information Communities 29090Schmidt, A.  
Info200-19 Information Communities 29743Tash  
Info202-10 Information Retrieval System Design 29091MacKay  
Info202-11 Information Retrieval System Design 29092Tucker Mandatory participation in course orientation seminar: choose either Thursday, Jan 28, 6-7pm PT, or Saturday, Jan 30, 9-10am PT. Optional mid-semester seminar on Monday, April 4, 6-7pm PT. 
Info202-12 Information Retrieval System Design 29096Tucker Mandatory participation in course orientation seminar: choose either Thursday, Jan 28, 6-7pm PT, or Saturday, Jan 30, 9-10am PT. Optional mid-semester seminar on Monday, April 4, 6-7pm PT. 
Info202-13 Information Retrieval System Design 29097Tucker Mandatory participation in course orientation seminar: choose either Thursday, Jan 28, 6-7pm PT, or Saturday, Jan 30, 9-10am PT. Optional mid-semester seminar on Monday, April 4, 6-7pm PT. 
Info202-14 Information Retrieval System Design 29098Zhang, L.  
Info202-15 Information Retrieval System Design 29099Scott  
Info202-16 Information Retrieval System Design 29100Scott  
Info202-17 Information Retrieval System Design 29101Scott  
Info202-18 Information Retrieval System Design 29744Zhang, L.  
Info203-10 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29102Steiner   note for 203-10: (1 unit)
Info203-11 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29103Steiner   note for 203-11: (1 unit)
Info203-12 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29104Steiner   note for 203-12: (1 unit)
Info203-13 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29105Steiner   note for 203-13: (1 unit)
Info203-14 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29106Steiner   note for 203-14: (1 unit)
Info203-15 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29107Runnels   note for 203-15: (1 unit)
Info203-16 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29108Runnels   note for 203-16: (1 unit)
Info203-17 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29109Runnels   note for 203-17: (1 unit)
Info203-18 Online Learning: Tools and Strategies for Success 29110Runnels   note for 203-18: (1 unit)
Info204-10 Information Professions 29112Disher  
Info204-11 Information Professions 29113Alman Intensive format: 3/17-5/16 note for 204-11: See more information about intensives
Info204-12 Information Professions 29114Boyd  
Info204-13 Information Professions 29115Boyd  
Info204-14 Information Professions 29117Gaffney  
Info204-15 Information Professions 29118Stenstrom  
Info204-16 Information Professions 29119Stenstrom  
Info204-17 Information Professions 29120Sawyer  
Info210-10 Reference and Information Services 29121Macek  
Info210-11 Reference and Information Services 29122Tunon  
Info210-12 Reference and Information Services 29123Tunon   topic: Reference Collections in the 21st century (1 Unit)
note for 210-12: (1 unit) Runs from January 28th - February 26th
Info210-13 Reference and Information Services 29124Tunon   topic: Reference in the Age of Google: Marketing, Outreach, Management, and Evaluation (2 Units)
note for 210-13: (2 units) Runs from February 29th - May 2nd
Info210-14 Reference and Information Services 29581Otero-Boisvert  
Info220-10 Resources and Information Services in Professions and Disciplines 29125Greenberg   topic: Medical and Health Sciences Librarianship
Info220-11 Resources and Information Services in Professions and Disciplines 29126Friedland   topic: Digital Humanities
Info220-12 Resources and Information Services in Professions and Disciplines 29128Swygart-Hobaugh   topic: Data Services in Libraries
Info230-10 Issues in Academic Libraries 29129Gilman  
Info233-10 School Library Media Centers 29130Buchanan  
Info237-10 School Library Media Materials 29131Buchanan  
Info240-10 Information Technology Tools and Applications 29132Dean  
Info240-11 Information Technology Tools and Applications 29133Dean  
Info240-12 Information Technology Tools and Applications 29134Dean  
Info242-10 Database Management 29135Liu, G. Orientation (1/31, 9-11:30am PT), Lab Session 1 (2/20-2/21, hourly session per group between 9am-4pm PT), Lab Session 2 (3/20, 9-11:30am PT), Lab Session 3 (4/17, 9-11:30am PT) 
Info244-10 Online Searching 29136Tucker Mandatory participation in two seminars: (1) choose either Wednesday, March 16, 6-7:30pm PT, or Thursday, March 17, 6-7:30pm PT; (seminar 2) choose either Monday, May 9, 6-7:30pm PT, or Thursday, May 12, 6-7:30pm PT. Optional orientation seminar on Monday, Feb 1, 6-7pm PT. 
Info244-11 Online Searching 29137Ziemer  
Info246-10 Information Technology Tools and Applications — Advanced 29138Liu, G. Orientation (1/30, 9-11:30am PT), Lab Session - RapidMiner (2/6, 9-11:30am PT)  topic: Text/Data Mining
Info246-11 Information Technology Tools and Applications — Advanced 29139Perry   topic: JavaScript/jQuery
Info246-12 Information Technology Tools and Applications — Advanced 29140Dean   topic: Learning to use Drupal and Understanding Content Management Systems
Info246-13 Information Technology Tools and Applications — Advanced 29141Chen   topic: Information Visualization
Info247-10 Vocabulary Design 29142Zhang, L.  
Info248-10 Beginning Cataloging and Classification 29143Bolin  
Info248-11 Beginning Cataloging and Classification 29144Bolin  
Info248-12 Beginning Cataloging and Classification 29145Bolin  
Info248-13 Beginning Cataloging and Classification 29572Cotton  
Info250-10 Design and Implementation of Instructional Strategies for Information Professionals 29180Loertscher Mondays: 2/8, 2/22, 3/7, 3/21, 4/11, 4/25, 5/9 (All from 5:30-7:30pm PT)  topic: Instructional Design K-12 Focus
Info250-11 Design and Implementation of Instructional Strategies for Information Professionals 29181Kovacs   topic: Instructional Design Non K-12 Focus
Info251-10 Web Usability 29182Kemp  
Info254-10 Information Literacy and Learning 29184Buchanan  
Info256-10 Archives and Manuscripts 29186Lawrimore  
Info256-11 Archives and Manuscripts 29187Daulby  
Info259-10 Preservation Management 29188Skinner  
Info260A-10 Programming and Services for Children 29189Wrenn-Estes 2/3 and 5/4 (Both from 6:30-9:00pm PT) 
Info261A-10 Programming and Services for Young Adults 29190Bernier  
Info263-10 Materials for Children 29191Wrenn-Estes 2/18 and 3/24 (Both from 6:30-9:00pm PT) 
Info266-10 Collection Management 29192Bodart All classes required asynchronous, but synchronous attendance is highly recommended by students from previous semesters: 2/3, 2/10, 3/2, 3/23, 4/13 (All from 6:30-9:00pm PT) 
Info266-11 Collection Management 29193Loertscher Mondays: 2/1, 2/15, 2/29, 3/14, 4/4, 4/18, 5/2 (All from 5:30-7:30pm PT)  
Info266-12 Collection Management 29194Disher  
Info267-10 Seminar in Services to Children and Young Adults 29195Bodart All classes required synchronous, used for class role-playing presentations: 2/11, 3/17, 4/21, 5/11 (All from 6:30-9:00pm PT)  topic: Controversial Literature
Info267-11 Seminar in Services to Children and Young Adults 29196Wrenn-Estes 3/8 and 4/26 (both from 6:30-9pm PT)  topic: Intellectual Freedom - YA
Info271A-10 Genres and Topics in Youth Literature 29116Higgins   topic: Emerging Trends in Literature for Children and Young Adults
Info275-10 Library Services for Racially and Ethnically Diverse Communities 26810Liu, Z.  
Info280-10 History of Books and Libraries 27054Main   note for 280-10: Instructors: Main and Hansen
Info281-10 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 27055Brown We have an initial synchronous session. You are welcome to attend either of the sessions below, depending upon your preference. You do not have to attend both. Thursday, January 28, 6 – 7:30pm PT or Monday, February 1, 7:30 – 9pm PT You are highly encouraged to attend one of these sessions in person. They will be recorded, so if you absolutely can't make it, you can still listen to the session. However, this is your chance not only to get to know me and your classmates, but also to get your questions on the course and the work answered.  topic: Marketing Your LIS Skills in a Networked and Changing World (2 units)
note for 281-10: (1 unit) Runs from January 28th - February 26th
Info281-11 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 29146Bolin   topic: Metadata
Info281-12 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 29147Rebmann   topic: Learning Design for New Literacies
Info281-13 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 29148Maret   topic: Information Ethics
note for 281-13: (2 units) Runs from February 29th - May 6th
Info281-14 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 29149Maret   topic: Information Integrity (1 unit)
note for 281-14: (1 unit) Runs from February 29th - March 25th
See more information about this class.
Info281-15 Seminar in Contemporary Issues 29150Driscoll   topic: Digital Copyright (1 unit)
note for 281-15: (1 unit) Runs from February 29th - March 27th
Info282-10 Seminar in Library Management 29151Alman   topic: The Emerging Future: Technology Issues and Trends
Info282-11 Seminar in Library Management 29152Sawyer   topic: Leadership (1 unit)
note for 282-11: (1 unit) Runs from February 15th - March 18th
Info282-12 Seminar in Library Management 29153Horodyski   topic: Digital Asset Management
Info282-13 Seminar in Library Management 29154Wong, P.   topic: Grant Writing
Info284-10 Seminar in Archives and Records Management 29155Scott   topic: Digitization and Digital Preservation
Info284-11 Seminar in Archives and Records Management 29156Winget   topic: Digital Curation
Info285-10 Applied Research Methods 29157Cervone   topic: General overview of the frequently used research methods in library and information practice More 285 Topic Information
Info285-11 Applied Research Methods 29158Bernier 2/22, 3/21, 4/4 (All from 5-8pm PT)  topic: Youth Services More 285 Topic Information
Info285-12 Applied Research Methods 29159Luo   topic: Survey Research (especially library user surveys) More 285 Topic Information
Info285-13 Applied Research Methods 29160Jefferson Intensive format: 2/8-4/15 topic: Action Research
note for 285-13: See more information about intensives More 285 Topic Information
Info285-14 Applied Research Methods 29161Stenstrom   topic: Evaluating Programs and Services More 285 Topic Information
Info285-15 Applied Research Methods 29162Dickey   topic: Historical Research More 285 Topic Information
Info286-10 Interpersonal Communication Skills for Librarians 29163Alman Intensive format: 1/28-3/16 note for 286-10: See more information about intensives
Info287-10 Seminar in Information Science 29164Stephens Intensive format: 1/28-3/24 topic: The Hyperlinked Library: Emerging Trends, Emerging Technologies
note for 287-10: See more information about intensives
Info287-11 Seminar in Information Science 29165Collier Monday, 2/1 and Wednesday, 4/16 (Both from 7-8:30pm PT)  topic: Institutional Repositories and Services
note for 287-11: See more information about this class.
Info287-12 Seminar in Information Science 29166Hopwood   topic: STEM in Libraries
Info289-10 Advanced Topics in Library and Information Science (e-portfolio) 29167Main  
Info293-10 Introduction to Data Networking 29168San Nicolas-Rocca  
Info294-10 Professional Experience: Internships 29169Fisher, B.   note for 294-10: (2 units) Onsite non-archival internships
Info294-11 Professional Experience: Internships 29173Fisher, B.   note for 294-11: (3 units) Onsite non-archival Internships
Info294-12 Professional Experience: Internships 29174Fisher, B.   note for 294-12: (4 units) Onsite non-archival Internships
Info294-13 Professional Experience: Internships 29175Main   note for 294-13: (2 units) All virtual and all archival internships
Info294-14 Professional Experience: Internships 29176Main   note for 294-14: (3 units) All virtual and all archival internships
Info294-15 Professional Experience: Internships 29177Main   note for 294-15: (4 units) All virtual and all archival internships
Info295-10 School Library Field Work 29178Harlan  
Info298-10 Special Studies 29179All Faculty   note for 298-10: (1 unit)
Info298-11 Special Studies 29183All Faculty   note for 298-11: (2 units)
Info298-12 Special Studies 29185All Faculty   note for 298-12: (3 units)
Info298-13 Special Studies 29197Faires   note for 298-13: (3 units) Only for WISE students
Info298-14 Special Studies 29198Faires   note for 298-14: (3 units) Only for students taking Collaborate peer mentoring
Info298-15 Special Studies 29199Faires   note for 298-15: (3 units) Only for students taking 203 peer mentoring with Debbie Faires
Info299-10 Thesis 29200Hansen