LT-101 - Foundations of Library and Information Services (3 units)
Saturdays, 9:30 - 11:50 am, September 15 - December 8
An introduction to the missions, services, operations, and staffing of libraries and
information centers, this class teaches the tools and terminology of library services,
the library technician’s role in the delivery of services, and strategies for successful
career development are emphasized. The course also explores current issues and trends,
as well as the relationship of libraries to the communities and populations they serve.
Instructor: Emily Bergfeld, Librarian, Alameda County Law Library and Adjunct Faculty
Librarian, Diablo Valley College
LT-105 - Reference and Research Services: Tools and Techniques (3 units)
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:50 pm, September 4 - November 20
This course studies and practices the use of print and online information resources
found in all types of libraries, and the effective reference service skills to assist
library users in a variety of settings.
Instructor: Amelie Brown, Adjunct Faculty Librarian, Diablo Valley College
LT-111 - Storytelling (2 units)
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:50 pm, September 6 - November 15
An introduction to storytelling designed to develop skills as storytellers in the
library, classroom, home, and other settings. The class will survey various types
and formats of storytelling and provide practical experience in presenting and evaluating
Instructor, Adjunct Faculty Librarian, Contra Costa College and City College, San
Register today via the Insite Portal. If you're just starting take the steps to enroll. Contact the program coordinator, Andy Kivel for advising or schedule an appointment
with a college counselor.