Spring 2011

Important dates

  • Registration begins: November 2, 2010
  • Classes in session: January 10-April 27
  • Reading Days: April 28 and May 4
  • Exam Period: April 29-May 3, May 5-6
  • Registrar's Calendar

Courses offered

Monday/Wednesday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00–9:15

780-001: Research Methods; #9854; Losee; Manning Hall 208

521-001: Organization of Materials; #6879;Gunther; Manning 307

8:15-9:15 890-162: Invisible Cities and Historical Narratives***; #9852; Marciano; Manning 304; Wednesday only
9:30-10:45

490-163: Policy-Based Data Mgmt; #10038; Rajasekar/Moore; Murphey 304

509: Information Retrieval; #6559; Losee; Manning Hall 304

530-001: Young Adult Literature; #6558; Hughes-Hassell; Manning 208

718: User Interface Design; #6560; Bergquist; Manning Hall 307

890-154: Electronic Health Records; #6509; Mostafa; Manning Hall 117

11:00–12:15

200-001: Retrieving and Analyzing Information2#7181; Edwards; Peabody 311

261: Tools for Information Literacy1; #6562 /461-002: Information Tools; #6565; Bergquist; Manning 208

513-002 Resource Selection and Evaluation; #6690; Vargha; Manning 307

525 Electronic Records Management; #6689; Lee/Marciano; Manning 117

623: Database Systems II: Advanced Databases; #6570; Hemminger; Manning 304

857: Seminar in Rare Books; #8589; McNamara; Murphey 221

889: Seminar in Teaching Practice***; #11630; Barreau; Manning 214; Wednesday only

12:30-1:45

490-161: Building a Personal Digital Library***; #6561; Moore/Rajasekar; Manning 304; Monday only

709: Business Information; #6837; Moss; 246 Davis Library