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2009-2011 Courses and Programs

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Library

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Olivia Madison, Dean of Library Sciences
Professors: Cole, Gerhard, Goedeken, Madison
Professors (Emeritus): Dobson, Galejs, Kuhn, Morris, Yates
Associate Professors: Boydston, Christian, Coffey, Gregory, Jackson, Kappmeyer, King, Kushkowski, Lawson, Leysen, Marinko, McKiernan, Parsons, Pedersen, Pellack, Shonrock, Stacy-Bates, Vega-Garcia, Wool, Zanish-Belcher
Associate Professors (Emeritus): Mathews, Pelzer, Wendell
Assistant Professors: Arcand, Dinkelman, Kuruppu, Lewin, Matava, McMinn, Passonneau, Seo
Assistant Professor (Emeritus): Fryer
Assistant Professor (Adjunct): Lesar

Undergraduate Study

A foundation of library instruction is the Library 160 course, which is a requirement for undergraduate graduation. Library faculty also offer course-related instruction for undergraduate students in the effective use of library resources in all fields of study. Offered F.S.SS. For more information, call the Library at 294-3642.

Graduate Study

Library faculty offer course-related instruction for graduate students in the effective use of library resources. These sessions cover sources of information in all fields of study. Offered F.S.SS. For more information, call the Library at 294-3642.

Courses primarily for undergraduate students

Lib 160. Library Instruction. (1-0) Cr. 0.5. F.S.SS.Prereq: for students whose native language is not English: Completion of English 101 requirement. 8 week course required for undergraduate degree. Use of research libraries and information sources, including services of the University Library, with an emphasis on finding, evaluating, and using scholarly information. To be taken as early as possible in the student's undergraduate career. See course descriptions of Engl 150 and 250 for prerequisite related to Lib 160. Satisfactory-fail only.