[Asis-l] Summer Institutes at the Palmer School in Manhattan

evangeline booth ebooth at liu.edu
Fri May 17 13:21:33 EDT 2002

(Please excuse cross-postings)

The Palmer School of Library and Information Science of Long Island University offers a variety of courses in a condensed format over the summer on current topics in the library and information science field.
The following course will be offered at our Manhattan campus, located in Bobst Library of NYU.  (To view complete course descriptions, as well as our entire summer schedule, go to our web site at palmer.cwpost.liu.edu) 

LIS 900K- Business & Competitive Intelligence 
Saturdays: June 29, July 13, July 20, July 27; and one Friday: June 28. 9:30-4:30 pm
This course is designed to help participants define and focus their business information needs: how to access needed information in an expedient and ethical manner and how to evaluate and effectively communicate it to others, thereby transforming information into a body of knowledge that is the basis for action.  It will help students determine where to locate competitive information, how to evaluate source credibility, and provide effective analysis from a variety of perspectives.
Taught by Barbie Kaiser, information resources management consultant in NYC.

For a registration brochure please send your name and address to:
Evangeline Booth
Program Director, Manhattan Campus
Palmer School of Library and Information Science
ebooth at liu.edu 

Did you know the Palmer School has a Manhattan Campus?
Complete the entire MLS program in NYC!

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://mail.asis.org/pipermail/asis-l/attachments/20020517/d37ded6c/attachment.html 

More information about the Asis-l mailing list