History of Children's and Young Adult Literature
CLASS SESSION BEGINS: Monday, January 14, 2013
Please register for this course no later than Jan. 7, 2013. Schedule codes will be available after course is approved for distance delivery. Check back in early October; if not available at that time, check back at the end of October.
On-Campus Sessions/Orientation Information:
Students will be required to attend two sessions in Columbia, SC, on Saturdays, Feb. 2 and April 6, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET. Both will be held at the Richland County Public Library, 1431 Assembly St., Columbia, SC, 29201.
Online Session Information:
There will be live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Mondays, Jan. 14, Feb. 11, March 4, and April 15, Noon - 1 p.m. ET. Students have the option to participate live online, to attend class in person in Wardlaw College, Room 116, or to view the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for all material. For students viewing the class live online, the Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session; students may call in with questions. Students viewing at a later time may visit the Web site at http://video.sc.edu; click on the appropriate college/school and then your class link to view lectures. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
Class Cancelled Information:
Per instructor, the live session scheduled for Monday, Jan. 14, noon - 1 p.m. ET, has been cancelled.
Official Course Session Dates: Course Begin/End and Drop/Add/Withdrawal
Credit: 3 semester hours of graduate credit
Registrars Office graduate listing for this course
Instructor: Michelle Martin
Graduate Bulletin Course Description: Historical overview of the literary content, illustration, and social values of children’s and young adult literature written in English. Examines the influence of movements such as Romanticism, Rationalism, and postmodernism, as well as changing trends over time.
Information is accurate as of
May 14, 2013, 1:00 am
(Subject to change)
See course syllabus for materials information.