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Cataloging and Classification (CRN: 20011)

LM-5020.OL
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  • OPEN (1 seat)
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  • DEC 3 - FEB 11, Online Course
  • This course will introduce the principles of organization of information and information retrieval systems. Topics covered will include organization of print and non-print collections, Dewey Decimal Classification, Library of Congress Classification, Library of Congress and Sears Subject Headings, Anglo-American Cataloging Rules and MARC records. Emphasis will be placed on cataloging and classification of school library materials. Library automation systems and their management, copy cataloging, and trends in technology will also be covered.

Practicum in School Media (CRN: 20010)

LM-5210.OL
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  • CLOSED
  • 6 / 5
  • DEC 3 - FEB 11, Online Course
  • The practicum is to provide the student with a supervised field experience in one of several cooperating institutions or agencies. The purpose is to gain meaningful work experience through applying knowledge learned in previous coursework to the on-the-job situation. Commitment includes a negotiated number of hours per week. Supervision is by the institution or agency concerned and by PSU faculty.

Practicum in School Media (CRN: 20176)

LM-5210.ON
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  • OPEN (4 seats)
  • 1 / 5
  • DEC 3 - FEB 11, Online Course
  • The practicum is to provide the student with a supervised field experience in one of several cooperating institutions or agencies. The purpose is to gain meaningful work experience through applying knowledge learned in previous coursework to the on-the-job situation. Commitment includes a negotiated number of hours per week. Supervision is by the institution or agency concerned and by PSU faculty.

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