Dean: Joseph Poshek
Academic Chair: Cheryl Delson
Library Faculty: Cheryl Delson; Celina Lee; Anthony Lin
Sr. Lab Tech: Alice Griffin
Library courses are designed to assist and instruct students in accessing and using the resources they need to successfully complete classroom assignments. The library research course (Library 10 ) fulfills general education requirements for the associate degree and is transferable to CSU and UC.
Tutoring courses teach students to become effective tutors (Tutoring 100 ) and also offer students an opportunity to receive tutoring through the college’s Student Success Center (Tutoring 301 ).
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the library program, students will be able to
- Locate the appropriate resources for their information needs.
Upon participation in tutoring at the Student Success Center, students will improve the effectiveness of their study skills.
With an associate degree or certificate in library technology, students may be able to pursue careers in the following fields:
- Library Assistant
- Library Technician
- Library Page
With an advanced degree (MLS) in Library Science, students will be prepared for careers in the following fields:
- Information Specialist
- Cloud/Metadata Support Specialist
- User-Service Specialist