Below are the classes I took toward obtaining my MLIS (Course Descriptions). I also completed the coursework to obtain a Certificate in Community Informatics. See Graduate Coursework to view completed assignments.
- LIS 458 - Instruction and Assistance Systems
- LIS 501 - Information Organization and Access
- LIS 502 - Libraries, Information and Society
- LIS 504 – Reference and Information Services
- LIS 507 - Cataloging and Classification I
- LIS 548 – Library Buildings
- LIS 590CD (Now LIS 508) – Collection Development
- LIS 591 – Practicum (Fall, 2011): I worked four hours per week at the reference desk of the Music and Performing Arts Library at the University of Illinois. See Graduate Coursework for more information.
- LIS 518 – Community Informatics
- LIS 451* – Introduction to Network Information Systems
- LIS 490ST* – Community Informatics Studio (Summer, 2011): We studied and initiated the use of Web 2.0 technologies to empower underrepresented populations to share community stories through citizen journalism. See Graduate Coursework for more information.
*Taught by Martin Wolske who won the 2011 Library Journal Teach of the Year Award.
- LIS 409 – Storytelling
- LIS 590KK (Now LIS 528) - Adult Popular Literature
- LIS 590NF - Information Books and Resources for Youth