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LIBR 1111 Online Search and Information Handling
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LIBR 1118 Introduction to Cataloguing
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LIBR 1120 Philosophy and Functions
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LIBR 1219 Field Work I
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LIBR 1228 Introduction to Technical Services and Circulation
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LIBR 1295 Special Topics II (introduction to archives)
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LIBR 1395 Special Topics: Creating and Managing Digital Collections
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LIBR 1495 Special Topics: Enhancing Library Web Pages with Media, Mashups and Social Software
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LIBR 2195 Special Topics: Specialized Library Resources
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LIBR 2295 Special Topics: An Introduction to Records Management
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LIBR 2315 Non-Book Materials LIBR 2328 Subject Analysis and Classification
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LIBR 2395 Special Topics: Young Adult Services
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LIBR 2410 Children's Services
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LIBR 2411 Library Technologies and Information Management
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LIBR 2416 Reference Resources and Services
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LIBR 2418 RDA, MARC Coding & Derived Cataloguing
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LIBR 2419 Field Work II LIBR 2495 Special Topics: Supervisory Skills
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LIBR 2595 Special Topics: Aboriginal Reference Resources and Services
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