Schedules of courses offered by the Department of Library and Information Science can be found on this page. Be sure to select "Library and Information Science" for classes held on campus AND for classes held at the Library of Congress.
Notes re Summer 2019 classes
- LSC 641, 654, 752, 848, 849 & 889 are all online (889 will have synchronous meetings, Thursdays).
- LSC 553, Information Sources and Services, with Prof. Hoffman, will be blended, with 6 online classes and 6 face-to-face classes. The face-to-face class meetings on campus will be May 14, 21 & 30; June 4, 11 and 20th.
- Comps. You must meet with your advisor before enrolling in comps. (LSC 698A is if you are taking classes and comps the same term; LSC 698B is if you are enrolling in comps but not taking any classes.)
- LSC 848, Media for Children, will be taught by Schenell Agee.
- LSC 849, Media for Young Adults, will be taught by Deena-Marie Beresford.
- One class is now held at Library of Congress: LSC 747, Special Collections with Marisa Bourgoin; note LSC 886, Law Librarianship, with Abigail Ellsworth Ross, has been moved to CSL 315/318.
- LSC 637, Government Data and Information, with Jim Gillispie will meet 6 Saturdays and the 5th meeting will be at the ALA conference.
- There are varying add/drop deadlines for summer courses. In order to find add/drop dates, go into Cardinal Students, select class search. For each class, you must click on the "Academic Calendar" icon and the deadlines will appear.
- LSC 889, Public Libraries with Prof. Manya Shorr, is an online class with synchronous meetings, Thursdays from 6-9 p.m., EDT.
- LSC 844 Music Bibliography with James Wintle has been postponed to the fall semester and will take place Tuesdays from 5:10 to 7:40 p.m. at the Library of Congress
Notes re Fall 2019 Schedule
- If you do not plan on taking classes this fall, you must submit the Academic Leave form.
- Some LIS courses are open to undergraduates as 200-, 300- or 400-level cross-listed sections. If you are an M.S.L.I.S. degree-seeking student signing up for a course that is cross-listed, you must be sure to register for the graduate section (500-level or above) to receive graduate credits needed to earn the M.S.L.I.S. degree.