An Interesting Library Science Class?

The first day of school this fall I had LBSC 751: Information Access in the Humanities. This is one of the classes I am most interested in taking at UMD's iSchool. I was really happy when I saw that this class would be offered while I am a student. (I'm such a nerd that I get disappointed when a class I want to take is not offered while I am a student.)

I know you are wondering why on earth I am excited about a basic reference course. First of all, I'm hoping to get the beginnings of my independent study research project into access issues relating to digital humanities started via the coursework in this class. Secondly, I would really like a job in digital humanities, as an academic subject specialist, or in a cultural heritage repository and so this class seems like it will be really helpful. Finally, this course is taught by one of the professors I was really hoping to take while I am at UMD. Color me happy!

Have a great day and keep smiling! :)