Available courses

The main aim of the course is to introduce students to the management of libraries and information centres. By the end of this course, students should be able to:
• describe the term management as applied to libraries and information centre;
• identify the fundamental components of management, planning, organizing, staffing, directing and control;
• equip with the skills of managing resources, money, people and time; and
• Demonstrate management skill in libraries and information centres.

Information Technology Fundamentals prepares students to succeed in the workplace. Students begin by establishing an awareness of the roles essential to an organization's success, and then work to develop an understanding of professional communications and leadership skills. In doing so, students gain proficiency with word processing, email, and presentation management software. Students will also be able to demonstrate digital literacy through basic study of computer hardware, operating systems, networking, the Internet, web publishing, spreadsheets and database software.

A course containing just one quiz. The questions were designed by respective persons having proficency in this domain.