The University of Rhode Island requires all students to take an Organization
of Information course. It focuses on cataloging and classification.
-- Yan Ma
Dr. Yan Ma, Professor
President of the International Visual Literacy Association
Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
University of Rhode Island
94 West Alumni Avenue
Kingston, RI 02881 U.S.A.
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Quoting Joseph Tennis <[log in to unmask]>:
> The University of Washington requires all MLIS students
> to take an
> Organization of Information Resources course. We offer
> five "on the
> book" electives, and continuously rotating Special Topics
> Courses in
> information organization.
> In our Masters of Information Management we require a
> Classification, and Taxonomy course. There are also
> electives in
> information organization in that program as well.
> Likewise, our neighbor to the north, the University of
> Columbia, requires a Foundations of Bibliographic Control
> and offers
> four elective courses in information organization.
> Joe Tennis
> University of Washington Information School
> On Sep 15, 2004, at 6:36 AM, Clare Beghtol wrote:
> > The Faculty of Information Studies, University of
> Toronto, has a
> > required cataloguing course called Introduction to
> > Control.
> > --
> > Clare Beghtol
> > Faculty of Information Studies
> > University of Toronto
> > (416) 978-8852 (voice)
> > (416) 971-1399 (fax)