INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults


Prerequisites:

Graduate standing. Additional prerequisites may vary with the topic.

Description:

Examines the evaluation, selection, and use of books and other media for young adults of junior and senior high school age. Briefly surveys the reading experience, psychology of adolescence, and reading interests of young adults. Includes extensive reading and viewing.

Three lecture hours a week for one semester


May be repeated for credit when the topics vary.

Year Semester Course Professor
2008 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
2007 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
2006 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
2005 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
2004 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
2003 Fall INF 382G - Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults Immroth, Barbara
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