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INFO 5208: Learning Resources Organization and Media: Introduction

Welcome!

Welcome to your class page for INFO 5208: Learning Resources Organization and Media. 

This class page is designed to help you as you study organization of print and non-print collections, including descriptive cataloging, Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, Dewey Decimal Classifications, Library of Congress and Sears Subject Headings and MARC records. This course also covers media and media services, including media services to special populations, as well as library automation systems and their management.

Where to Start Your Research

Dictionaries and Encyclopedias are an excellent starting point to find basic information on your research topic. 

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Need help? Then use the Libraries' Ask Us service. Get help from real people face-to-face, by phone, or by email.

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Discovery Park Library

The Discovery Park Library provides the Department of Information Science with research, reference services, and books. Discovery Park Library is located in B112 on the first floor of the Discovery Park building. The library offers laptop checkout, public computers, study areas, and access to a Smart board. 

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