Fall 2010

Important dates

  • Registration begins: April 12
  • Classes in session: Aug. 24 to Dec. 8
  • Exam Period: Dec. 10 to Dec. 17

Courses offered

Monday/Wednesday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00–9:15

200-002: Retrieving and Analyzing Information2; #8102; Campbell; Manning Hall 304

509: Information Retrieval#4544Losee; Manning Hall 208

9:30–10:45

461-002: Information Tools#8120; Niu; Manning Hall 304

501-002: Information Resources and Services*; #8177; VanScoy; Manning 208

780-001: Research Methods*#4611;Losee; Manning Hall 307

11:00–12:15

500-001: Human Information Interactions#8181Sheble; Manning 208

523-001: Introduction to Database*; #4848Mostafa; Manning 117

530: Young Adult Literature; #4847Hughes-Hassell; Manning Hall 307

623: Database Systems II: Intermediate Databases;#4613;Hemminger; Manning 304

 

12:30-1:45

691H: Honors Research Methods; #4936; Wildemuth; Murphey 222

12:30–3:00

490-161: Genealogy#4853Moore; Manning 117; Monday only

515: Consumer Health Information#8189Marshall; Manning 214; Wednesday only

556: Introduction to Archives and Records Management#4852Lee; Manning 208; Wednesday only

720: Metadata; #4851; Greenberg; Manning Hall 208; Monday only

732: Childrens Literature; #4857; Sturm; Manning Hall 304; Monday only

520-001: Organization of Information;# 10273; Crystal; Manning 117; Wednesday only

2:00–3:15

889: Seminar in Teaching Practice**#8185Wildemuth; Manning 304; Wednesday only

3:15-5:45

551: History of Libraries#8229; Patillo; Manning 304; Wednesday only

4:00-5:00

INLS 890-154: Health Informatics Seminar;#14930;Mostafa; TBA;Wednesday only

5:00-7:30

780-004: Research Methods;# 15030; Marshall; Manning 208; Monday only

6:00-8:30

707: Government Documents; #8279; Rowe; Davis Library 247; Wednesday only

753: Preservation of Library and Archive Materials#8281; Doyle; Manning Hall 307; Monday only

744: School Libraries#8293Hughes-Hassell; Manning Hall 208; Monday only

382: Information System Analysis and Design1*; #4612; Dunn; Manning 208; Wednesday only

521-02W: Organization of Materials#8286; Spurgin; Manning 307; Wednesday only

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Tuesday/Thursday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00-9:15

261: Information Tools1*; #4859Bergquist; Manning Hall 208

501-003: Information Resources and Services*; #14595; Haefele/Solis; Manning 304

582-002: Systems Analysis#8288Hassell; Manning 307

8:00-10:30

890-046: Seminar in Digital Curation#8200Tibbo; Manning 214; Tuesday only

9:30–10:45

200-001: Retrieving and Analyzing Information2#4861Pomerantz; Manning 208

285: Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness1*#4858Barreau; HM 420

461-001: Information Tools#4923Bergquist; Manning 117

513-001: Resource Selection and Evaluation#4913Edwards; Manning 307

523-002: Introduction to Database#4849; Haas; Manning 304

585-001: Management for Information Professionals#4927Moran; Greenlaw 431

11:00–12:15

501-001: Information Resources and Services*#4947Gollop; Manning 307

572: Web Applications 1#8305Hassell; Manning 304

758: International and Cross-Cultural Perspectives#4930Bergquist; Manning 208

12:30–1:45

101: Foundations for Information Science2#7252Kelly; Manning 208

502: User Education#10279; Clemens; DE 305

566: Information Security#10808; Meyers; Manning 117

582-001: Systems Analysis#4965Haas; Manning 307

706: Bioinformatics Research Review***#4983Hemminger; Manning 214; Tuesday only

890-121: Library Assessment#7258Pomerantz; Manning 304

2:00–4:30

752: Digital Preservation and Access#8290Tibbo; Manning 304; Tuesday only

703: Science Information*; #7262Edwards; Manning 304; Thursday only

818: Seminar in Human-Computer Interaction#10809; Capra; Manning Hall 208; Thursday only

881: Research Issues and Questions 1#7266Barreau; Manning Hall 214; Tuesday only

520-003: Organization of Information;#10531; Greenberg; Manning 208; Tuesday only

890-163: Large-scale Databases;#15105; Rajasekar; Manning 214; Thursday only (meets September 9, 16, 23, 30, and October 7)

890-162: Digital Humanities; # ; Marciano; Manning 214; Thursday only (meets October 14, 28, November 4, 11, and 18 only) 

3:30-4:45

089-001: FYS: Bought, Burned, or Borrowed: Information Ethics and Policy in the World Around US3#10810Daniel/Marchionini; Murphey 118

4:45–6:00

560: Programming#8291; Boone; Manning 208

780-002: Research Methods*; #7272Kelly; Gardner 308

461-003: Information Tools; #14516; Webster; Manning 117

6:15-8:45

513-002: Resource Selection and Evaluation#8294; Hanson-Baldauf; Manning Hall 208; Thursday only

558: Storytelling#7274Sturm; Manning Hall 307; Thursday only

574: Introduction to Local Area Networks#8301Hassell; Manning 304; Thursday only

723: Database Systems III: Advanced Databases*#8298; Hassell; Manning Hall 214; Tuesday only

890-159: Contemporary Issues In IT Organizations#10280; Weiss; Manning Hall 304; Tuesday only

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Saturday

Time

Course information and call numbers

9:30–12:00

721: Organization of Materials 2; #8280; Stalberg/SamplesCenter for Health Promotionmap

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Special

Time

Course information and call numbers

Web

500-02W: Human Information Interactions#8284; Hank

500-03W: Human Information Interactions; #15501; Palmquist

585-02W: Management for Information Professionals; #10283; Weiss

739-01W: Information Services for Special Populations#8283Gollop

780-03W: Research Methods#11408; Palmquist

890-03W: Evidence Based Medicine#10282; Schardt/Myatt

WISE
Online

*If you wish to register for a WISE course please speak with Prof. Claudia Gollop. See below for further information.*

890-01W: History of the Book; Ross Harvey

890-02W: In Search of Cupid & Psyche: Myth and Legend in Children's Literature; Instructor TBA

890-04W: Intellectual Freedom; Nancy Kranich

890-05W: Managing Information Systems Projects; Robert Emborski

890-06W: Scholarly Communications and Electronic Publishing; John Regazzi and Selenay Aytac

890-07W: Technologies in Web Content Management; Wen-Yuan Hsiao

890-08W: The Information Society; Kim Thompson

890-09W: Web Development and Information Architecture; Linda Braum

1 Limited to Undergraduates only
2 Limited to juniors, sophomores, and freshmen during pre-registration
3 Limited to first year undergraduates only
* Course has a pre- or co-requisite. See course description
** PhD Students Only
*** One-credit course

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Online WISE Courses

WISE courses are master's level distance education courses that are being offered via the WISE consortium of which SILS is a member. Typically, 
the number of "seats" available in each class is limited (2-5). 
Syllabi are available for some courses, but not for others. If any of 
these courses are of interest to you and you would like to enroll, please speak to Prof. Claudia Gollop (919-962-8362/gollop@ils.unc.edu).

WISE has a later starting date for enrollment and the start date for classes also varies among the WISE LIS schools. You should know that if you wish to enroll in a WISE course, you will probably be notified a little later than usual as to whether you have actually been admitted. For more information on the WISE consortium please go to this link: http://www.wiseeducation.org/

NOTE: Some WISE course are offered by Victoria University of Wellington and Charles Stuart University. These universities use the point system instead of the credit hour system. These institutions have been assessed to the equivalent of our ALA accredited program by WISE and equate with our 3 credit courses.

Notes

Forms to register for the Masters Paper INLS 992, Independent Study INLS 396 (undergraduates only) & 696 (graduate students only) Research in Information & Library Science INLS 988 (PhD Students only), and Doctoral Dissertation 994 are available online.

Guidlines and forms for the Field Experience (INLS 795) are available online. Prior to registering for FE, you should have completed at least 21 semester hours and have permission of your advisor. The Field Experience Agreement, including a description and learning objectives are to be turned into the Field Experience Coordinator , Kathy Wisser no later then the first day of classes of the semester in which you are enrolled in the field experience, otherwise you will be dropped from the class. Students are required to participate in three field experience seminars during the semester in which they are enrolled.

Courses designated with a W in the section number are web-based courses and do not have a regular weekly meeting pattern. 

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