Semester: Spring 2014 Course Subject: LIB Course #: 802 Course Section: 26190 Course Title: Literature & Resources for Young Adults Course Section Information: Spring 2014 Term B
March 17 - May 10, 2014 Credit Hours: 3 Special Section Registration Requirements: Course Begins: Mar 17, 2014 Course Ends: May 10, 2014 Instructor: Dr. MaryAnn Kolloff Instructor's Email: email@example.com Required Online Chat; Times, Dates and frequency of Online Chat Sessions: Video Conference Sessions: every Monday, 4:30 - 6 pm
Video Conference: it is strongly recommended LIB 802 students attend the video conferencing. However, they are not mandatory.
Printed Textbooks: Tradebooks
Lange, E. J. (2013). Butter. NY: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Paperback edition, ISBN-10: 1619631210, ISBN-13: 978-1619631212
Rodriguez, G. & Glatzer, J. (2013). The Pregnancy Project a memoir. NY: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers.
Paperback: ISBN-10: 1442446234 ISBN-13: 978-1442446236
LIB 802 students will self-select two additional books during the opening weeks of the course.
Elder, L., & Paul, R. (2009). The Aspiring Thinker's Guide to Critical Thinking. Dillion Beach, CA; The Foundation for Critical Thinking.
Mahood, K. (2010). Booktalking with teens. Denver, CO: Libraries Unlimited
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition. (2010). Washington DC., American Psychological Association. Strongly Recommended.
Variety of Professional Journal Articles Required Software: Microsoft Word
Camtasia or other acceptable Video Editing software
LIB SCI graduate students are required to use Camtasia to create the Multicultural Book-Talk.
Headset for computer - with microphone for WebEx sessions and recording audio for the Multicultural Book-talk. Instructor's Web Page (with syllabus and detailed course information):