Thursday, July 29, 2010

Interested in Library School courses?

New opportunities from Florida State University's School of Library and Information Studies:

If you would like to determine if the LIS profession is for you or want to update your skills, there is a new opportunity for you to do so. The School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) at Florida State University is pleased to announce a limited number of openings in several online and on-campus credit courses for the Fall 2010 semester. Formal admission as a special (non-degree seeking) student to the University is necessary and transcript evidence of a bachelor’s degree will be required during the first term of enrollment. Up to 12 hours taken as a special student may later be applied to a degree program.

Limited numbers of seats are available in the following areas:
  • foundations of the profession
  • history of reading
  • research methods
  • information policy
  • legal resources
  • human resources
  • information leadership
  • instructional role
  • youth services
  • information services, and
  • technology courses
The deadline for applying as a special student for the Fall Semester is Friday, August 13.

For specific course availability and information about how to apply, please contact: Susanne Houff, Graduate Coordinator, at or 850-644-8121.

Special student registration is August 20 and classes begin August 23. The semester ends December 10.

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