- LIS 508 - Information Technologies in LIS Environments
An introduction to and a critical examination of a range of information technologies relevant to diverse library and information settings.
- LIS 533: Database Design for Information Management
An introduction to core concepts, principles, and techniques of
database design for information management, from user requirement
analysis, to data and information modeling and querying. An
introduction to semi-structured data and XML, and to the development of
database applications for the Web, is also included.
- LIS 534: Information Architecture: Web Design for Usability
An examination of the principles and practice of web usability, with a
focus on information architecture, layout and design, metadata and
other topics related to effective web design and management. Includes
an introduction to XHTML, CSS and other web coding.
- LIS 598 - Citation Analysis: Theory, techniques and practical applications
An examination of theory and techniques of citation analysis as
well as its practical applications in various library and information
science sub-areas (e.g., information services, knowledge discovery,
Courses taught previously (selected)
- LIS 506: Information Technology
An introduction to information technology and its implications for libraries and information services.
LIS 536 - Digital Reference and Information Retrieval
An examination of the integration of digital services into the array of
reference services, with an emphasis on information retrieval systems
and their effective use by professionals and end users.
- LIS 538: Digital Librarianship
An examination of topics of current interest related to the application
of computers and communications technology in libraries and information
- Information Science
- Information Retrieval