Matthew Ballard

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STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK – THE COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT

The following is a list of graduate-level coursework completed while at the College at Brockport. Studies focused on American History with a concentration in religious and social interests.

Program applied three courses from M.L.S. towards M.A. coursework – concentration in Archival Methods
LIS 509 – Introduction to Archival Management
LIS 513 – Records Management
LIS 514 – Indexing & Surrogation
HST 503 – Graduate Internship – Orleans County Department of History
HST 519 – Civil War & Reconstruction
HST 600 – Introduction to Historical Study
HST 601 – Witchcraft in the Atlantic World
HST 614 – Reading Seminar, Early America
HST 615 – Reading Seminar, Modern America
HST 702 – Public History Capstone: Efficacy of the Reform Press in Upstate New York (1825-1860)

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK – UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

The following is a list of graduate-level coursework completed while at the University at Buffalo. Collection Development & Description were focal areas of study with application of coursework to Academic Librarianship.

LIS 505 – Introduction to Library & Information Studies
LIS 506 – Introduction to Information Technology
LIS 509 – Introduction to Archival Management
LIS 514 – Indexing & Surrogation
LIS 513 – Records Management
LIS 518 – Reference Sources and Services

LIS 519 – Selection, Acquisition, and Management of Non-Book Materials
LIS 567 – Government Information
LIS 571 – Organization and Control of Recorded Information I
LIS 581 – Management of Libraries and Information Agencies
LIS 584 – Academic Libraries

LIS 587 – Collection Development