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Students execute two managerial leadership research studies. Activity may begin upon completion of LIS 672 (Research for Managerial Leadership for Library and Information Services) and concurrently or subsequent to LIS 675 (Statistics for Evaluation of Library and Information Services). The Independent Inquiry research projects will be the execution of the research proposals developed in LIS 672 (becomes 680a research study) and LIS 675 (becomes 680b research study). This learning activity will have a flexible time frame, but it must be completed as a prerequisite to the capstone course, Issues in Leading Transformation in Library and Information Services. Program faculty will guide students in developing an appropriate schedule for completion of both studies. Students will produce two research papers of publishable quality.
- Course number: LIS-680
- Credits: 3.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: INS