Oct. 6 - Nov. 2, 2014
Students will be given background information on economic concepts and terms essential to understanding economic reference questions. Each week, they will be able to choose between several reference questions to answer as part of a team. In addition, each student will either individually or as part of a team complete a project relating to their work, such as a creating a pathfinder on an economic topic or developing a training session for staff in one of the above areas. The course will be structured as lecture with links to websites and tutorials. Students will complete 2-3 hours of work per week.
$130 for RUSA members
$175 for ALA members
$210 for non-ALA members
$100 for student members and retired members