TED 4740 MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES IN LIBRARIES (3 credits)
This course addresses basic theory and best practice in collection management, descriptive and subject cataloging, and classification of information resources using national standards and resources. Course will address the theories, concepts and activities integral to proactive collection development in 21st Century libraries. Candidates will demonstrate understanding of the legal and ethical aspects of the collection and organization of information resources by appropriately applying the standards of their discipline to ensure access to information and ideas for all patrons.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Not open to non-degree graduate students.