Back in July I plotted out my entire MLIS program – but it looks like one of my spring classes has been canceled. So now I need to pick between these – what do you think?
- INFO 681 – Legal Bibliography
Introduces the fundamentals of legal research, including sources and research strategies.
- INFO 622 – Content Representation
Focuses on fundamental decisions in designing subject access systems and alternative approaches to indexing. Explores current issues in content representation: principles of subject analysis; natural language vs. vocabulary control; manual, computer-assisted, and automatic indexing; faceted indexing and classification systems; image indexing and retrieval; indexing and the World Wide Web. Includes evaluation of indexer consistency and indexing system performance.
- INFO 688 – Instr Role Info Specialist
Examines the instructional role of the information professional. Emphasizes the planning, implementation, and evaluation of instruction for the purpose of information education.
I’ll be taking one of these alongside these 2:
- INFO 608 – Human-Computer Interaction
- INFO 660 – Cataloging & Classification I
I’m up for suggestions.