Re: Curriculum for a course on Electronic Resources or ER Librarianship? KING, LYNNE 03 Aug 2007 19:00 UTC
FYI for those who might be interested - I teach a Serials Management class in the Librayr & Information Services program at Highline Community College in Washington State http://www.highline.edu/home/
This is a certificate or AAS program, and fills a need for trained serials people outside of an MLIS program.
It is available on-line - check it out. http://flightline.highline.edu/cg/library.tech.html
Highline Community College Library
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum on behalf of Sarah D. Tusa
Sent: Fri 8/3/2007 11:39 AM
Subject: Re: [SERIALST] Curriculum for a course on Electronic Resources or ER Librarianship?
I think a lot of us learned serials management -- both print and
electronic - by trial and error! Maybe I'm wrong.
Sarah Tusa, Associate Professor
Coordinator of Coll. Dev. & Acquisitions
Mary & John Gray Library
I only lurk on this list, but I'll have to tell all of you, a course in
electronic resources librarianship would have been very helpful for me
(I think)--this is my first position, about a year and a half into it
and I pretty much went in blindly. I enjoy it, but I do feel a lot of
my education has been by trial & error!
Beth M. Johns, MLIS
Electronic Resources Librarian
Saginaw Valley State University