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Government Publications - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign course on United States government information.
Information Literacy 101 - York College of Pennsylvania course that teaches basic information literacy skills to undergraduates.
Information Network Applications - University of Tennessee course on the social, economic, political and cultural implications of the Internet.
Information Processing - SUNY Albany course on bibliographic control and description. Includes MARC (machine-readable cataloging)standard and integrated MARC format. Techniques, advantages and disadvantages of utilizing standard subject heading lists, such as Sears and LCSH. Major classification codes and authority control and other methods of maintaining bibliographic databases.
Information in Cyberspace - University of Texas at Austin course on the history, infrastructure and societal aspects of the Internet. This includes locating, analyzing, and evaluating networked information resources.
Internet Resources - University of South Florida course on the use of Internet tools in libraries.
Introduction to Information Studies - University of Texas at Austin course that will introduce students to the basic concepts and historical trends within library and information science. Will also present some of the key issues and controversies facing the discipline.
Introduction to Internet Resources and Services - University of Texas at Austin course that is a formal and multi-disciplinary introduction to the "community of networks" known as the Internet. The student initially will learn the fundamentals of how the Internet operates and how to use it effectively, and then build upon this foundation to become an active and productive participant in this electronic community.
Introduction to Library and Information Studies - University of Texas at Austin course on the orientation to library organization, types of libraries, classification systems, library terminology, duties of library personnel, history of libraries, and current issues in library service, with particular emphasis on intellectual freedom issues, technological resources, and the role of the Internet and the virtual library in the Information Age.
Introduction to Research Methods in Library and Information Science - This University of Texas at Austin course is designed to provide a general introduction to the concerns and skills of both the producer and the consumer of research in the field of library and information science.
Retrieval and Repackaging - Emporia State University course on online research, Internet communication, word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and HTML.
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