1 Senate Transmittal Academic Council for Lexington Community College December 6, 2002 Approved by the Academic Council for Lexington Community College on December 6, 2002 Lexington Community College NEW ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE LIBRARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY This curriculum is designed for students who are attending Lexington Community College as part-time distance students: Semester I: LIT 115 (Reference Services) Semester II: LIT 124 or 132 or 230 (Library Administration, Technical Services, Web Publishing) Semester III: LIT243 or 245 or 247 or 248 or 280) (Library Services for Children, Young Adults, Adults, Preschool Children, Genealogy) Semester IV: LIT 200, 240 or 241 or 242 (gen.ed.) (Kentucky Literature): out-of-state students may substitute any English literature course. Semester V: LIT elective: any LIT course above 115 Semester VII: ENG 101 or 102 or HIS 108 or 109 or 240 (gen.ed) Total number of credit hours: 18 Note: This is a sample curriculum only for students who take one course per semester. Students may take more than one course each semester and students may take the courses in any order. All of the LIT courses except LIT 115 have the prerequisite LIT 115 or permission of instructor. Students may initially enroll as a non-degree student and subsequently change status to certificate student. LIT courses taken by non-degree students will transfer into the certificate program.
2 Courses taken for the certificate may be applied towards the LIT option for the IMD associate degree. Upon completion of the certificate program, the student will be able to: 1. Perform basic library reference services using print and online sources. 2. Plan and produce library services and programs for a selected group of library customers. 3. Describe the role of the public library in the community as an agency for information services. 4. Perform readers advisory services and collection development analysis for a selected group of Kentucky authors or genres. NOTE: Specific certificate competencies are the competencies for each course. Certificate competencies for each student will depend on the courses chosen by the student. Evaluation of the certificate program will be part of the Information Management & Design five-year program review. CHANGE IN EXISTING COURSE DIVISION OF HUMANITIES AND BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES ENC 091 Foundations of College Writing II (3) ENC 091 Foundations of College Writing II (3) Designed for students fwith some writing experience, this course includes instruction in the following: the writing process, organization, multiparagraph writings, editorial improvement, and critical reading. An introduction to research and documentation is also included. Students will be recommended to this course based on the placement examination. ENC 090 Foundations of College Writing I (3) ENC 090 Foundations of College Writing I (3) An introduction to composition for students needing basic writing instruction and a comprehensive review of mechanics and grammar as these apply to their own writing. This course stresses clarity, organization, development, and correctness in writing with an
3 emphasis on paragraph-length assignments. Students will be recommended to this course based on the placement examination. DRE 010 Reading Laboratory (3) DRE 010 Reading Laboratory (3) Designed to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary skills, to develop a variety of reading rates, and to prepare student for college reading through individualized and/or group instruction and practice. Students will be recommended to this course based on the placement examination. DRE 030 Improving College Reading (3) DRE 030 Improving College Reading (3) Designed to improve proficiency in reading comprehension, vocabulary, and critical reading skills. Strategies taught in the course are applied to college level reading materials. Students will be recommended to this course based on the placement examination. DIVISION OF HUMANITIES AND BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES ENGLISH COMPOSITION HUM 240 Literature of Appalachian Kentucky (3) (Cross-list as LIT 240) HUM 240 Literature of Appalachian Kentucky (3) This is an online or computer-assisted introductory survey course in the Appalachian literature of Kentucky concentrating on the major contemporary and traditional writers who are distinctly identified with that region. Approaches may include a group of authors, an historical period or aesthetic movement, a genre, a theme, or an aspect of literary theory. HUM 241 Literature of Central Kentucky (3) (Cross-list as LIT 241) HUM 241 Literature of Central Kentucky (3) This is an online or computer-assisted introductory course in the literature of Central Kentucky concentrating on the major contemporary and
4 traditional writers who are distinctly identified with that region. Approaches may include a group of authors, an historical period or aesthetic movement, a genre, a theme, or an aspect of literary theory. HUM 242 Literature of Western Kentucky (3) (Cross-list as LIT 242) HUM 242 Literature of Western Kentucky (3) This is an online or computer-assisted introductory survey course in the literature of Western Kentucky concentrating on the major contemporary and traditional writers who are distinctly identified with that region. Approaches may include a group of authors, an historical period or aesthetic movement, a genre, a theme, or an aspect of literary theory. HUM 245 Seminar in Kentucky Literature (subtitle required) (3) (Cross-list as LIT 200) HUM 245 Seminar in Kentucky Literature (subtitle required) (3) This is an online or computer-assisted seminar course in Kentucky literature recognizing, examining, and studying distinct regional differences and similarities with concentration on major contemporary and traditional Kentucky writers and their texts. Topics will vary, from a group of authors, and historical period or aesthetic movement, to a genre, a theme, or an aspect of literary theory. DISTANCE EDUCATION The following courses were approved by LCC Academic Council to be delivered via a specific distance format and are being forwarded for notification: ENG 207 ENG 203 STA 200 Beginning Workshop in Imaginative Writing (subtitle required) (Web) Business Writing (Web) Statistics: A Course in Human Judgment (Web)
5 Dear Dr. Kerley: The Lexington Community College Learning Resource Center supports the Library Infonnation Technology Certificate program by providing access to library databases and library interlibrary loan services. The LRC offers electronic reserve services for all courses. The LCC LRC acquires traditional print and nonprint materials for the LIT courses upon request. The proposed certificate program in Library Information Technology does not add new demands for LCC LRC resource since the certificate is based on the existing curriculum. In addition to LCC electronic resources, distance students in LIT courses have access to University of Kentucky library databases and full-text materials via a proxy server and they have access to a wide range of electronic materials provided by the Kentucky Virtual Library. Sincerely, c;::::~~~~;~~:~::;~~::~~:::::::=--~_. Ch~~-- ljkector, Learning Resource Center The University of Kentuc~ is an equal opportunity institution Cooper Drive Lexington, KY (859)
6 II University of Kentucky Lexington Community College Fonnat for Initiation of an Academic Certificate Certificate in Library Inforn1ation Technology Academic Certificate Infonnation Mana1rement & Design Program! Area Startinu: Date Fall 2003 Signatures of Approval: Program! Area Coordinator: Date: Division Program Development Commit Date: _f2)~~k I 2- -/ 6 ~ () '"2 Ii,(! Date of Notice to the Faculty: University of Kentucky Senate Council: Date: ACTION OTHER THAN APPROVAL:
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