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Course Resources and Syllabi for Courses Facilitated by Judi Moreillon, Ph.D.

Texas Woman's University: School of Library and Information Studies

I taught these courses in the School of Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman's University in Denton: Information and Communication Technology, The Art of Storytelling, Librarians as Instructional Partners and Multimedia Resources and Services.

University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University

Children's and Adolescent Literature Courses:

IRLS 521: Children's and Young Adult Literature in a Multicultural Society is a course for graduate students in the School of Information Resources and Library Science at the University of Arizona. In this course, students read and respond to children's and young adult literature, explore current issues in children's and adolescent literature, and share their understandings through online literature circles and presentations. The course is taught via D2L. Link to Web-based course resources on my personal Web site.

LRC 585: Literature for Adolescents is a course for graduate students in the College of Education and in the School of Information Resources and Library Science at the University of Arizona. In this class, students read and respond to young adult literature, explore current issues in adolescent literature, and share their understandings through conference presentations.

ECI 602: Advanced Children's Literature is a course for Northern Arizona University graduate students. In this class, students read and respond to children's literature with a focus on current issues, including cultural authenticity, selection, and censorship.

LRC 480/580: Children's Literature in the Classroom is a course for preservice classroom teachers and graduate students in both education and library science. In this class, students read and respond to children's literature while integrating technology tools into the learning process.

Library Science Courses:

IRLS 581: School Library Administration and Organization
School of Information Resources and Library Science at the University of Arizona
Fall 2007 (Virtual course using D2L - Desire 2 Learn) Link to Web-based course resources on my personal Web site.

IRLS 696d: Current Resources in School Libraries is a course focusing on electronic literacy and classroom-library collaboration.

K-8 Education Courses:

As a lead faculty for NAU's Undergraduate Elementary Teacher Preparation Program in Tucson, I taught EDF 301w: School and Society, ECI 309: Literacy I, ECI 321: Elementary School Curriculum, ECI 307: Social Studies Methods, and I supervised students' ECI 308: Teacher Aide Practicum experiences. In addition, I supported students' work with ETC 447: Educational Technology. I facilitated two online graduate-level courses: ECI 570: Master's in Education Core Seminar and ECI 577: Student Teaching Seminar.

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Last updated: 28 October 2016


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