It’s time to register for Cuesta’s Library/Information Technology 2019 courses:
Cuesta’s Library/Information Science courses start on June 17 for summer and August 12 for fall, enrollment is available now. All courses are fully online; for more information on Cuesta’s Library/Information Technology program: http://www.cuesta.edu/academics/hum/libinfotech/
For students already admitted to Cuesta, enrollment starts here: http://www.cuesta.edu/admissionsaid/apply/register/index.html
To apply for admission to Cuesta, start here: http://www.cuesta.edu/admissionsaid/apply/
DIST 101 – Introduction To Online (.5 unit, summer 06/17/19-07/26/19, fall 08/12/18-08/30)
Introduces students to the different types of technologies utilized in a distance education course.
LIBT 201 – Intro Library Svcs (3 units, fall 8/12-12/13)
Surveys the history, organization, services, personnel and functions of libraries and information centers. Provides beginning library/information technology students with an introduction and overview to the field and identifies job opportunities.
LIBT 204 – Organizing Info (3 units, fall 8/12-11/22)
A practical introduction to the tasks involved with cataloging book and non-book library materials. Includes descriptive cataloging using AACR2/RDA, subject cataloging, and classification. Covers MARC formats as well as their use in the OCLC bibliographic utility and local automated library systems.
LIBT 207 – Web Page Development (3 units, fall 8/12-12/13)
Designed to prepare students to understand XHTML and the steps necessary to the effective design and development of a web site.
LIBT 208 – Library Teamwork Supervisory Skills (1 unit, fall 10/14-12/13)
Introduces teamwork and supervisory skills within the context of libraries.
LIBT 209 – Library Public Services (3 units, fall 8/12-12/34)
Surveys library services provided to the public–including the philosophy, policies and procedures associated with reference/information and circulation services. Emphasizes skill building in defining and executing search strategies.
LIBT 210 – School Library Services (3 units, fall 8/12-12/13)
Explores the role of the school library media program in the educational community. Provides students with basic skills and competencies necessary to deliver effective school library media programs for grades K-12.
LIBT 212 – Research Skills (1 unit; summer 6/17-7/26, fall 10/14-12/13)
An information literacy course for students wishing to improve their research skills.
LIBT 213 – Advanced Internet Searching (1 unit, summer 6/17-7/26, fall 10/15/18-12/13)
Focuses on advanced search techniques, strategies, and concepts to locate a variety of information resources for personal and academic needs.
LIBT 220 – Fundamentals of CSS (1 unit, fall 10/14-12/13)
Introduces the fundamentals of CSS for the Web Page Developer. The essential elements such as selectors, positioning, floating, and vertical alignment, tables, and other topics will be explored.
For questions contact:
Chair, Library, Learning Resources & Instructional Technology
Library, Learning Resources, and Instructional Technology