Digital Libraries

Credits: 
3

Digital libraries are an important component of library services involving all aspects of the information cycle: creation, collection, organization, dissemination and utilization. The course will provide an introduction of major digital library concepts to library and information professions focusing on developing the skills necessary to design and implement successful digital projects.

This course may be applied toward earning the Certificate in Archives and Cultural Heritage Resources and Services, the Certificate in Digital Curation, the Certificate in Digital Libraries, or the Certificate in Informatics.

Offered in fall and spring. Visit "Course Search" on MyDU to view course schedules.

Pre-Requisites: 

LIS 701, LIS 703 and LIS 704

LIS 882 highly recommended

Course Number: 
LIS 759