Instructor: E. Davies
An introduction to the theory and practice of organizing and curating information for optimal access in libraries, archives and other organizations, using appropriate standards and tools for information description, arrangement and classification.
Course Syllabi for LIS 9002 (Summer 2019)
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Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Recognize and comprehend how the values and principles of library and information science manifest themselves in both the historical dimensions and the theoretical principles of modern information systems (Program-Level Learning Outcome 3);
2. Navigate, evaluate and use current standard tools for performing very basic tasks in information classification, arrangement, description and encoding (Program-Level Learning Outcome 7);
3. Communicate concepts of information organization with a clarity and style appropriate to diverse information communities (Program-Level Learning Outcome 9).
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives