Instructor: K. Sedig
Computer-based information visualization systems provide an interface between the human mind and information. This course introduces key theoretical and practical concepts involved in this interaction i.e., communication between people and computers, so that students should be able to design and evaluate visually-based information systems and pursue further research in this discipline.
Course Syllabi for LIS 9721A-001 (Fall 2019)
The syllabi for this course is a PDF file that requires a FIMS account to view
Prerequisites: Knowledge of database software and basic HTML coding.
Program Content Areas
Information and Communication Technology
Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Learn the principles and key concepts involved in information visualization; (PLLO 2)
2. Learn a variety of existing techniques and systems in information visualization; (PLLO 2)
3. Become familiarized with some of the literature in the area; (PLLO 6, 7)
4. Become prepared, if desired, to pursue a Ph.D. or future research in the area; (PLLO 6, 7)
5. Gain background that will aid in the design of new, innovative visualizations; (PLLO 2, 8, 9)
6. Learn how to design and evaluate different types of visually‐based information systems and interfaces. (PLLO 2, 8, 9)
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives