LIS-S 507 Tools and Technologies for the Information Professions
- Prerequisites: LIS-S 500
- Delivery: Online
This course examines tools used in the information professions. Students engage with productivity, presentation, and technology-based information analysis; principles of data storage and manipulation; basics of data visualization; metadata standards; information organization concepts; web-design strategies for findability and accessibility; and processes for managing digital assets in a myriad of environments.
- Assess cloud-based computing tools.
- Manipulate documents in productivity and presentation software.
- Develop technology-based information analyses and visualizations from structured data (e.g., spreadsheets, databases).
- Publish valid and accessible web documents.
- Compare relational and NoSQL data storage and representation principles and practices.
- Analyze metadata standards (e.g., MARC, DC) and information organization concepts.
- Appraise content and digital asset management systems.
This course is not being offered this semester.