Courses by Delivery Mode

On-Site Courses 

Traditional classroom courses are offered on campus and usually take place in a classroom on the College of DuPage main campus. Instructors are using Internet technology in the on-campus classes with an Internet component, as well as traditional face-to-face sessions. Students should have an email address and be familiar with basic word processing and Internet searching in preparation for all library technology classes.

Online Classes 

These classes do not meet in a classroom on campus. All online course sessions are completed through the Internet using Blackboard. Students complete assignments at a computer location of their choice and at the times that work for them. Most classes are “asynchronous” meaning that students work on classes at a time that they choose. A few classes have a “synchronous” component where students meet together at the same time during pre-announced times via Blackboard Collaborate. Students and instructors communicate through email and the Internet.

First Semester Courses

Web-Enhanced Courses 

The newest offering in the Library and Information Technology program consists of Internet classes. Students in a web-enhanced course meet during regularly scheduled times and use the Blackboard system to help manage one or more aspects of the course.
 

Contact Information


Carol Sturz, Coordinator
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 3137, (630) 942-2597

Monica Miller, Program Support Specialist
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1008, (630) 942-3074

Business and Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592