By Meredith Farkas | May 18, 2008
In this post, I’m supposed to turn my blog over to you by asking you to answer a question. This one is actually something I’ve been thinking about for a while and am curious to hear other people’s answers.
I frequently get asked what courses I wish my library school had offered. And while I have my own answers (marketing and project management), I’d love to know what you wish your library school had taught that they didn’t. It could be an entire course on that subject or it could just be a subject that you wish had been a component of a class you’d taken (like budgeting in a management course or marketing library services to faculty in a course on academic librarianship).
So, what do you wish had been offered at your library school?