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FIRST SESSION, 2017

NOTE: These courses are open to students enrolled in the School of Information and Library Science. Students registered in other departments or schools may enroll in a course with permission of the School.

INLS 151 Retrieving and Analyzing Information (3). Introduction to and application of the processes that can be used in seeking information, evaluating the quality of the information retrieved, and synthesizing the information into a useful form.

INLS 201 Foundations of Information Science (3). Examines the evolution of information science; information representation, organization and management; search and retrieval; human information seeking and interaction; organizational behavior and communication; policy, ethics and scholarly communications.

INLS 385 Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness (3). Basic concepts in the way that information, people, and technology interact to influence organizational effectiveness. Principles of problem solving, teamwork, leadership, and organizational change/innovation.

INLS 465 Understanding Information Technology for Managing Digital Collections (3). Prepares students to be conversant with information technologies that underlie digital collections in order to evaluate the work of developers, delegate tasks, write requests for proposals, and establish policies and procedures. Teaches students how to think about information technology systems and recognize and manage interdependencies between parts of the systems. Intensive short course for 3.5 hours per day, May 17- June 1, 2017. Early morning.

INLS 513 Resource Selection and Evaluation (3). ONLINE. Identification, provision, and evaluation of resources to meet primary needs of clientele in different institutional environments.

INLS 523 Introduction to Database Concepts and Applications (3). ONLINE. Prerequisite: INLS 161 for undergraduates. Design and implementation of basic database systems. Semantic modeling, relational database theory, including normalization, indexing, and query construction, SQL.

INLS 560 Programming for Information Professionals (3). Introduction to programming and computational concepts. Students will learn to write programs using constructs such as iteration, flow control, variables, functions, and error handling. No programming experience required.

INLS 585 Management for Information Professionals (3). ONLINE. An introduction to general management principles and practices intended for information professionals working in all types of organizations. Topics include planning, budgeting, organizational theory, staffing, leadership, organizational change, and decision making.

INLS 672 Web Development II (3). Prerequisite: INLS 572. Study of design and implementation of dynamic Web pages and applications using both client and server side configuration and programming. Example topics include PHP, Ruby on Rails, and Javascript. Taught 4 days, Late afternoon.

INLS 752 Digital Preservation and Access (3). Focuses on best practices for the creation, provision, and long-term preservation of digital entities. Topics include digitization technologies; standards and quality control: digital asset management; grant writing; and metadata. Intensive short course for 3.5 hours per day, May 17- June 1, 2017. Late afternoon.

SECOND SESSION, 2017

NOTE:  These courses are open to students enrolled in the School of Information and Library Science.  Students registered in other departments or schools may enroll in a course with permission of the School.

INLS 161 Tools for Information Literacy (3). Tools and concepts for information literacy. Includes software use and maintenance, computer applications, and networked information systems. Late Morning

INLS 500 Human Computer Interactions (3). The behavioral and cognitive activities of those who interact with information, with emphasis on the role of information mediators. How information needs are recognized and resolved; use and dissemination of information.

INLS 501 Information Resources and Services (3). ONLINE. Analysis, use, and evaluation of information and reference systems, services, and tools for both printed and electronic delivery. Provides a foundation in electronic information search techniques, question negotiation, interviewing, and instruction.

INLS 520 Organization of Information (3). Introduction to the problems and methods of organizing information, including information structures, knowledge schemas, data structures, terminological control, index language functions, and implications for searching.

INLS 585 Management for Information Professionals (3). ONLINE. An introduction to general management principles and practices intended for information professionals working in all types of organizations. Topics include planning, budgeting, organizational theory, staffing, leadership, organizational change, and decision making.

INLS 613 Text Mining (3). This course will allow the student to develop a general understanding of knowledge discovery and gain a specific understanding of text mining. Students will become familiar with both the theoretical and practical aspects of text mining and develop a proficiency with data modeling text.

INLS 690 The Internet of Things (3). The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects with embedded processors wirelessly connected to the Internet. Students will learn to identify what constitutes an element within the IoT and create and program their own Internet thing based on Arduino (purchased by the student). Programming experience not required. Late morning

INLS 720 Metadata Architectures and Applications (3). Prerequisite: INLS 520 or 509. Examines metadata in the digital environment. Emphasizes the development and implementation of metadata schemas in distinct information communities and the standards and technological applications used to create machine understandable metadata. Short session – 3.5 hours, June 26-July 11, 2017 (+exam day).

INLS 725 Electronic Health Records (3). ONLINE. Focuses on EHR data standards with emphasis on data management requirements, applications, and services. Course includes HL7, CCHIT, and CDISC standards. For data management specialists, administrators, and health data analysts.