Master's in Library and Information Science:
my MLIS through the College of St.
Catherine/Dominican University program in August 2007. My coursework
included standard topics like library theory, cataloging, and
reference, but my coursework also included the following:
Additional professional training:
February through April 2008:
You can see my comments on each Thing on my blog under the label 23Things.
I found the course useful (although I wish we'd had time to go deeper, especially in genre reading), but also very helpful in seeing how an entirely online course works.
The Medieval/Renaissance studies degree has actually been a lot more relevant to my library work than it looks. As a cross-disciplinary degree, I got the chance to take upper level courses in a number of areas, learning how those disciplines looked at research and scholarship.
I have had 6 years of French, 4 years of Ancient Greek (including some work in New Testament Greek), and a year each of German and Latin.