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  LIB 800, Organization & Admin. of School Media Center
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Semester: Spring 2014
Course Subject: LIB
Course #: 800
Course Section: 25052
Course Title: Organization & Admin. of School Media Center
Course Section Information: A course designed to instruct students in the philosophy, objectives, and administration of the media center in elementary and secondary schools.
Credit Hours: 3
Special Section 
Registration Requirements: 
Course Begins: Jan 13, 2014
Course Ends: Mar 07, 2014
Instructor: Dr. Ralph Turner
Instructor's Email: ralph.turner@eku.edu
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
 Email Discussion Boards Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
 Online Tests PowerPoint Files Other
 Required Online Chat;
Times, Dates and frequency of Online Chat Sessions:
Selected Adobe Connect dates with guest speakers to be determined (Adobe Connect session participation with guest speakers will be mandatory. Otherwise, no mandatory regular online weekly class meetings scheduled.
 Printed Textbooks:
Morris, B. J. (2010). Administering the school library media center. (5th ed.). Westport, Ct.: Libraries Unlimited.
 Required Software:
No required software, though Microsoft Word (or its MAC equivalent) will be necessary . Also, as with all online courses, students are responsible for having access to a computer with sufficient internet access for completing all course assignments and requirements in the required manner. Students will also be required to access some "free software" programs for course assignments, such as Livebinder, SketchUp, Corel Draw, MS Word (or another program allowing student to create an "internal" (room) schematic or design for a school library).
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