Re: Curriculum for a course on Electronic Resources or ER Librarianship? Toni Fortini 02 Aug 2007 15:57 UTC
Southern Connecticut State University offers a course in their MLS
program. Here's a description from their website (bannerweb.southernct.edu):
Management of Electronic Resources and Services (ILS 642): Management
and operation of electronic information resources and services in
library and information centers. Selection and integrating system
options; finance and budget; staff and end-user training; search
strategies; database publishers and vendors; hardware/software;
measurement/evaluation and future planning. Scheduled irregularly.
Formerly LSI 662. 3 credits.
Online Access Assistance Coordinator
The University of Vermont
Amy Carlson wrote:
> Has anyone participated, organized or heard of a Library and Information
> Science course specifically about Electronic Resources management or about
> Electronic Resources Librarianship? If so, would you be willing to share
> information with me?
> I've seen many examples of Serials Librarianship or Technical Services,
> but I headn't seen any examples of ER courses in Library Schools. Thank
> you so much!
> Amy Carlson
> Serials Department
> Hamilton Library
> University of Hawai'i at Manoa