Instructor: C. Yu / M. Sucha
This course explores the information management universe, in particular the linkages with library and information science. Students will examine the challenges of information management in public and private sector environments, including the marketing of the IM agenda to senior management and change management within the organization.
Course Syllabi for LIS 9514L-650 (Summer 2020)
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Prerequisites: LIS 9005
Corequisites: LIS 9005
Program Content Areas
Information Organization, Curation and Access
Managing and Working in Information Organizations
Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an awareness of professional values and standards when performing information management activities (PLLO 3);
2. Analyse major problems of the discipline and profession in a spirit of creativity and critical inquiry (PLLO 2);
3. Demonstrate a critical awareness of contemporary information management principles (PLLO 2);
4. Communicate and work cooperatively and effectively with others, including colleagues from sister disciplines in information management universe (PLLO 8, 9).
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives