Fall 2016

(September-December) Term 1570

Timetable Fall 2016  (On Campus)

*All courses subject to availability of funding and instructor, and to enrolment minima. 

DAY ROOM MORNING 
9-11:50
AFTERNOON 
1-3:50
EVENING 
6-9
MONDAY




3-01 LIS 591 Publishing A1 (Tami Oliphant) [Reg. 66083]
LIS 526 Instructional Practices in Library & Information Services A1 (Michael McNally) 
[Reg. 63665]
LIS 507 Introduction to Knowledge Management X01  (Dinesh Rathi)     [Reg. 66455]
TUESDAY


 

3-01 LIS 503 Reference and Information Services A1 (Angela Pollak)  [Reg. 51353]

LIS 534 Information Architecture: Web Design for Usability (IT) A1 (Dangzhi Zhao)
[Reg. 59987] 

LIS 515 Materials for Young Adults X01 (Jennifer Waters)
[Reg. 63987]

3-22 
LIS 541 LIS Services in Culturally Diverse Society A1 (Moyra Lang) [Reg. 66805] 

 
LIS 590 Practicum A1 (Alvin Schrader) [Reg. 56747]
 
WEDNESDAY    

 



  3-01 LIS 501 Foundations of LIS A1 (Michael McNally)
[Reg. 56689]
LIS 533 Database Design for Information Management (IT) A1 (Dangzhi Zhao)
[Reg. 63667]

  3-22

 

1-17B

LIS 597/697 Seminar in Advanced Research A1 (Tami Oliphant) [Reg. 58509/57697]

THURSDAY 





 

  3-01 

LIS 502 Organization of Information A1 (Ali Shiri) [Reg. 51351]

LIS 504 Leadership & Mgmt Principles for Library & Info Services A1 (Dinesh Rathi) [Reg. 63669]
  3-22

FRIDAY 



  3-01

 
  1-17B Faculty Meetings







LIS 599 Directed Study A1 [Reg. 51355]
LIS 600 ePortfolio Capping Exercise A1 All capping projects are due March 15th (for spring convocation) or July 31st (for fall convocation). [Reg. 51357]

One credit courses:

LIS 596 The Medium Relays the Message (Kevin Zak) Sec. X01 [Reg. 67185] October 14, 15, 16

LIS 596 Introduction to Music Librarianship (Sean Luyk) Sec. X02 [Reg. 67186] November 4, 5, 6

LIS 596 Archives, Research and Reconciliation: Litigation of Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada (Frank Tough) Sec. X03 [Reg. 67187] November 18, 19, 20

Offered online:

LIS 516 Lec. 800 Canadian Children's Literature for Young People in Schools and Libraries (Gail de Vos) [Reg. 66087]

HuCo Courses:

The Humanities Computing program in Arts offers relevant technology courses each term. Check for these HuCo courses on Beartracks, and consult with your advisor about the process for taking external courses.