Donna L. Chandler, Program Liaison
|Summer 2015 Courses|
||LIBSKL 2: Information and Computer Literacy – Stephanie Curry|
|Fall 2015 Courses|
||LITEC 51: Introduction to Library Service – Cynthia MacDonald|
||LITEC 52A: Organization of Information – Stephanie Curry|
|Spring 2016 Courses|
||LITEC 52B: Collection Management – Stephanie Curry|
||LITEC 57: Reference: Print and Online Sources – Stephanie Curry|
||LIBSKL 2: Information and Computer Literacy – Cynthia MacDonald|
The Library Technology Program is a real world discipline. As such, its objectives reflect what the library paraprofessional will be asked to do in the field. This program is completely online and can be completed in 2 years.
At the completion of the program, the student shall be able to:
- Apply basic knowledge of library principles and practices to their specific library setting
- Understand basic technical service practices currently in use in libraries
- Understand basic public services practices currently in use in libraries
- Understand the purpose of the paraprofessional in all types of libraries
Associate in Science Degree
Requires completion of the major (22 units) with a 2.0 or better in all required course work. Additionally requires completion of the associate degree requirements found in the Fresno City College 2012-14 Catalog.
Students seeking an associate degree may apply for an evaluation at Admissions and Records after they have completed 30-40 units and are within a year of graduation.
Students interested in an Associate in Science degree are urged to consult a counselor or faculty advisor regarding this program. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of any degree requirements.
Certificate of Achievement
Requires completion of the major (22 units). All required courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
Students interested in a Certificate of Achievement are urged to consult a counselor or faculty advisor regarding this program.
Required Course Work (major - 22 units)
||Introduction to Library Services
||Organization of Information
||Literature and Services for Youth
||Library Public Services
||Reference: Print and Online Sources
||Information and Computer Literacy