Tuesday, June 23, 2015

New Graduate Level Course on Accessibility Services at Dominican University

Check it out! Dominican University Graduate School of Library & Information Science is offering a new course this fall...

LIS 806.01 Special Topics: Serving Children with Disabilities
1.5 credit hours. Wednesdays, 10/21-11/18/15 and 12/2-12/9/15; 9am-12pm

According to recent U.S. Department of Education statistics, 6.4 million children and youth ages 3-21 received special education services in 2011-2012 due to an identified disability. In a six-week course taught by assistant professor Sujin Huggins, students will become familiar with the characteristics of physical, medical, psychological, and learning disabilities. They'll also learn ways in which librarians can work with other community organizations to serve patrons with a wide range of needs.

As alumni, Renee and I couldn't be more proud of Dominican University for developing a course that helps prepare future librarians to serve children with special needs. If you are pursuing an MLS be sure to register for this course and spread the word. And if you are a Domincan Alum, know that you can audit the class for free!

More information is available at myDU by doing a Course Search for Fall 2015-2016 and choosing assistant professor Sujin Huggins from the Faculty field.

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