Library Technical Assistant Courses

LTA 1303 SPEC PUBS
This course is designed to familiarize the student with materials unique to the medical, government, legal, and genealogical fields. It will introduce the unique terminology of those fields, including MESH terminology, legal citations, and genealogy research methods and sources. It will also look at the Superintendent of Documents catalogs and indexes, the National Library of Medicine, the Government Printing Office and its functions and operation. Federal statutes and Supreme court documents, the depository library system; state and local documents will also be covered, as well as ordering, acquisition and cataloging records; indexing, data bases and microforms. This course delivered only via the Internet.

LTA 1312 LIB SERV CHILD YA
A course designed to familiarize the student with the basic library services offered to children and young adults. Covers various programs offered in public libraries and school media centers, reading programs, story telling, publicity, book talks, service and information needs, and a brief survey of basic children and young adult materials (including books, audiovisuals, and microcomputer software).

LTA 1313 LIB RESOURCES/SERV
A course designed to familiarize the student with the programs and materials available in a library which serve the needs of library patrons. Includes coverage of library terminology, general library organization, the LTA/patron interface, reference materials, interlibrary loan, information and referral, networks, circulation, library instruction programs, service to special segments of the population, and publicity.

LTA 1322 LTA INTRO
This course serves as an overview to the work of the Library Technical Assistant. It will look at a brief history of libraries and librarianship and the possible jobs, salaries, and types of libraries in which the LTA employee might find him/herself. It will also look at professional organizations within the libary field and issues of importance to libraries, such as the Library Bill of Rights, the Freedom to Read, censorship, etc. This course delivered only via the Internet.

LTA 1323 LIB TECH SERVICES
A course designed to familiarize the student with many phases of material preparation and record keeping. Includes maintenance of periodicals, acquisitions, circulation, cataloging, document inventory, audiovisuals, information and referral, interlibrary loan, and binding files; basic cataloging information; bibliographic searching; filing and shelf reading.

LTA 1333 AUD-VIS EQUIP/SERV
A course designed to acquaint the student with present and potential audio-visual machines and services for libraries. It covers basic proce- dures for evaluating, buying, maintaining, and using various kinds of audio-visual machines needed to deliver audio-visual programs, as well as ways to select proper formats in software for a specific library program. This course is offered only via internet.

LTA 1353 LIBRARY MGMT SKILL
A course designed to familiarize the student with management skills needed in a library setting. Includes a study of the qualities necessary for library managerial success: planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and communicating. This course is offered only via internet.

LTA 2001 CAPSTONE PROJECT
This exit/assessment portfolio is required of all Library Technical Assistant majors. Enrollment in this class and completion of the portfolio is to be done during the student's final semester before graduation or upon completion of the LTA courses. Prerequisites: Successful completion of required LTA courses or upon completion of a minimum of four required LTA courses and with concurrent enrollment in the remaining LTA courses.

LTA 2091 SPEC TOPICS LTA
Directed individual or class study of special topics in library technical assistant program. Permission of professor required. This course is offered only via internet.

LTA 2092 SPEC TOPICS LTA
Directed individual or class study of special topics in library technical assistant program. Permission of professor required. This course is offered only via internet.

LTA 2093 SPEC TOPICS LTA
Directed individual or class study of special topics in library technical assistant program. Permission of professor required

LTA 2191 LTA INTERNSHIP
A supervised on-the-job training experience in an appropriate approved setting: college library, school library, or special library. Student must have completed a majority of major course work, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Permission of professor is required.

LTA 2192 LTA INTERNSHIP
A supervised on-the-job training experience in an appropriate approved setting: college library, school library, or special library. Student must have completed a majority of major course work, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Permission of professor is required.

LTA 2193 LTA INTERNSHIP
A supervised on-the-job training experience in an appropriate approved setting: college library, school library, or special library. Student must have completed a majority of major course work, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Permission of professor is required.

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