Table II-2-a-2
Courses or Sections of Courses with the Number of Students Enrolled Above 50
Fall 1997

Arizona These two courses are being offered via the Virtual Education program and are not on campus courses but are taught over the Internet
Buffalo Required, basic core course, LIS 505, which must be taken by all new students in the first semester
California – Los Angeles This is a core course that all entering students must take. This course is being taught as a lecture that meets one day a week for three hours
Florida State Eighty-seven students enrolled in the Foundations course which is required of all incoming students and only offered once each year. Fifty-nine students in Research Methods which is required and offered twice a year.
Indiana L401 Computer-Based Information Tools, a prerequisite course that does not count toward graduate credits for degree. L401 has one large lecture class and lab section of 20 students or fewer.
Kent State Four core courses.
McGill Three mandatory courses.
Michigan Core courses 501, 502 and (optional) 511 are being offered for the first time this semester. Each course is being taught by 2 faculty and each have a TA. Faculty constraints and new course content require, at this time, that the courses be taught as a single course (without sections). Future offerings of these courses will have more than one section.
Rutgers 610:501 – The LIS Orientation class held each semester for all new incoming students.
610:502  – The LIS Colloquium Series – taken by all MLS students during one semester of study.
610:510 & 610:550  – Designed to be large lecture classes. 610:550 has lab component which breaks class down into smaller segments.
Simmons Three experimental courses.
South Carolina Required courses taught via distance education technologies throughout South Carolina
Syracuse All are undergraduate classes with teaching assistants.
Texas 322T – Children's Literature (2 sections), undergraduate course.
386.1 – Introduction to Library and Information Studies. Other section limited by size of television studio to 25.
Washington Three required core courses.
Wisconsin – Madison Three foundation courses which open to all incoming master’s students as well as undergraduates with Junior or Senior standing.


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