Summer 2012

 

Important Dates for Summer I and Maymester

  • Registration begins: March 22
  • Classes begin for Summer I and Maymester: May 15
  • Last Day for Late Registration for Maymester:  May 15
  • Last Day for Late Registration for Summer I: May 16
  • Memorial Day: May 28
  • Classes End for Maymester: May 31, Exams: June 1
  • Classes End for Summer I: June 15, Exams: June 18-19

THIS IS A DRAFT 

Summer Session I:

Monday through Friday
Time Course information and call numbers
11:30-1:00

754: Archival Access; #2293; Cushing; Manning 208

261: Tools for Information Literacy; #1646; Bergquist; Course Website; Manning 117

461: Information Tools; #1647; Bergquist; Course Website; Manning 117


Monday through Thursday

Time

Course information and call numbers

2:00-5:15

701: Information Retrieval Search Strategies; #2208; Meho; Manning 117
Class will meet on the following days: May 15, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, and 30, June 1, 4, 6, 8, and 11.

Short Session: May 15-May 31

Monday through Friday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00–11:30

780-001: Research Methods; #1649; Losee; Manning 208;

International Summer Seminars

Time

Course information and call numbers

 8:00-5:00

890-975: Summer Seminar to London; TBA;(May 21-June 1, 2012)

8:00-5:00 890-976: Summer Seminar to Prague; TBA (Dates are TBA)

Important Dates for Summer Session II:

  • Registration begins: March 22
  • Classes begin for Summer II: June 21
  • Last Day for Late Registration for Summer II: June  22
  • Fourth of July: Public Holiday
  • Classes End for Summer II: July 24, Exams: July 26-27

THIS IS A DRAFT

Monday through Friday

Time

Course information and call numbers

9:45-11:15

200-001: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #1595; Hassell; Manning 208; 

Monday through Thursday

 

Course information and call numbers

 3:00-5:00 560: Programming;#1598; Boone; Manning 208
 6:30-8:30

890-001: HCI Issues and Social Networks;#2428; Urquhart; Manning 304

 

Online Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WEB

500-01W: Human-Information Interactions; #1703;  Palmquist; WEB 

585-01W: Management for Information Professionals; # 1600; Weiss; WEB

890-01W: Electronic Health Records: Emerging Standards, Applications, and Services; #1702 ;Khanova; WEB

WISE Courses 
WISE Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WEB

INLS 890-02W: Community Outreach; #; Lipu

INLS 890-04W; Evaluation of Library and Information Services and Systems; #; O'Connor

INLS 890-05W; Information Services Around the World;# ; Thompson

INLS 890-06W: International Librarianship; #; McInerney

INLS 890-07W; Introduction to Resource Description and Access (RDA); #; Miksa

INLS 890-08W:Social Informatics; #; Pavlovsky

INLS 890-09W: Social Networking in Libraries; #; Miller

Note: Charles Sturt University (Australia) uses the point system. Eight (8) points is equal to three (3) credit hours at UNC-SILS.

Permission Required Courses (summer session II only)

 

Course information and call numbers


INLS 397-001: Information Science Internship; #1913; Pomerantz1

INLS 696-001: Independent Study; #1652; Faculty

INLS 795-001: Field Experience; #1653; Pomerantz

INLS 795-0002: Field Experience; #1654; Pomerantz

INLS 992-001: Masters Paper; #1655; Faculty

INLS 994-001: Doctoral Dissertation; Faculty**