Tentative Summer 2010 Course Schedule Released

February 19, 2010 at 5:52 pm Leave a comment

GSLIS’s tentative summer 2010 schedule was recently released. If you’re interested in archives and special collections, there are lots of courses to choose from, including:

  • LIS 590DB Descriptive Bibliography, June 7-18
  • LIS 590PM Paper in the Scholarly World, May 24 – June 4 (except Memorial Day)
  • LIS 590RB Rare Book and Special Collections, May 24 – June 4 (except Memorial Day)
  • LIS 590SR Reference Sources for Rare Books, June 7 – 18
  • LIS 490BA Book Arts Seminar, July 31 – Aug 4
  • LIS 590AA Archival Arrangement and Description for Archives and Museums (highly recommended for students interested in archives), June 21 – July 2
  • LIS 590BB Bookbinding: History, Principles, and Practice, July 26 – July 30
  • LIS 590LP Letterpress Printing,  June 21 – July 2

Be aware this schedule is not final and could change. For more information on these courses, visit: http://www.lis.illinois.edu/oc/courses/catalog/catalog.html.

In addition, all of these courses count toward a Graduate Certificate in Special Collections. For more information about this certificate, click this link: http://www.lis.illinois.edu/programs/mbms/certificate1.html

posted by: Shannon Lausch

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