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The phenomena, activities, and issues surrounding the organization of information in service of users and user communities. Topics include resource types and formats, information service institutions, markup, descriptive metadata, content standards, subject analysis and classification, and the information life cycle. Readings, discussions, examinations, and oral and written exercises.
- Course number: LIS-415
- Credits: 3.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture
- LIS-416 Intro. to Catal. & Class.
- LIS-417 Subj. Catalog & Class.
- LIS-419 Indexing & Thesaurus Const.
- LIS-435 Music Librarianship
- LIS-440 Archival Access and Use
- LIS-445 Metadata
- LIS-446 Art Documentation
- LIS-453 Coll Development & Mgmt
- LIS-456 Managing Rec. in Elec. Envi.
- LIS-462 Digital Libraries
- LIS-463 Library Automation Systems
- LIS-469 XML- eXtensible Markup Lang.
- LIS-471 Photographic Archives
- LIS-494 Descriptive Catalog