LIS 693 :: Seminar in Library Leadership
Summer 2013 @UH Manoa Outreach

Credit Hours:
Gregg Geary
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Instructional Mode:
Instructional Mode:
07/08/2013 - 08/15/2008
5:00pm- 7:15pm
Origination Site: UH Manoa
Receive Sites:Kauai CC, UH Center at West Hawaii (Palamanui Campus), UH Hilo, UH Maui College (Kahului), UHMC Lanai Education Center, UHMC Molokai Education Center
Schedule Notes:
HITS Locations:
UH Manoa - Kuykendall Hall Room 204
Kauai CC - Learning Resource Center Room 121D
UH Maui College - Kaaike Room 105A
UC West Hawaii - Building 1 Room 2
UHMC Molokai Education Center - Room 103
UHMC Lanai Education Center - Room 106
UH Hilo - Mookini Library Room 344
UH Center at West Hawaii - Building 4 Room 3
Course Requirements:
Departmental approval
Course Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: LIS 650.
Course Description:
The future of librarianship depends on a new generation of leaders to manage and administer the information centers of the new century. This course is designed to help participants fill these positions. Intended for both students and in-service professionals, the course will examine the fundamental elements of leadership, including structural, political, human resource, and symbolic aspects, and how they apply to the library environment. Course content will include study of leaders in history and literature, feature films and documentaries, case studies, and periodical literature. Participants review the relative merits of various leaders through class discussion and writing. Students will learn how to think through complex management issues and apply leadership principles to provide maximal outcomes. 
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