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[BKARTS] Special Collections Intensive Courses:UIUC

Sorry for the late notice, but spaces in these courses have just opened up a the University of Illinois.


The Graduate School of Library and Information Science at
the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign would like to
invite you to join us on the prairie this spring. There are
still a few seats available in 4 two-week intensive courses
focused on special collections. These courses are available
for graduate credit, continuing education credit, or on a
non-credit basis. Admission to the University is not
required, and the classes are open to interested book lovers
as well as librarians and library school students.

May 15 - May 26

LIS 590GP Great Printers and Their Books with Valerie
LIS 590HB History of the Book with Sidney Berger
LIS 590Rb Rare Book and Special Collections Librarianship
with Sidney Berger

May 30 - June 9

LIS 530A Music Bibliography with John Wagstaff

Contact Marianne Steadley, 214-244-2751 Steadley@xxxxxxxx
Marianne Steadley
Continuing Professional Development Program Director, GSLIS
Fax: 217/244-3302

  bea nettles                   professor of book arts
  school of art and design,      university of illinois
  408 e. peabody drive, champaign, illinois, 61820


office : 217.333.0855 fax: 217.244.7688

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