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  • ICT 539 Intro to Medical Informatics | Library and information science
    Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home ICT 539 Intro to Medical Informatics Provides an overview of health care information systems legal and ethical issues in health care compliance and regulatory requirements coding

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/986 (2014-09-22)
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  • ICT 550 Security Informatics | Library and information science
    Alumni News Alumni Profiles Feedback School Librarian Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home ICT 550 Security Informatics This course introduces students to policy concerns relating to security informatics and highlights theoretical and

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/987 (2014-09-22)
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  • ICT 552 Cybercrime and Digital Law Enforcement | Library and information science
    Practicum LIS 690 International Opportunities Portfolio Exit Requirements Degree Requirements Student Life Current Student FAQ Student News Student Organizations Student Resources Distance Learners Request Funding Alternative Spring Break Alumni Alumni Newsletter Support SLIS Alumni News Alumni Profiles Feedback School Librarian Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home ICT 552 Cybercrime and Digital Law Enforcement The global reach of the Internet the low marginal cost of online activity and the relative anonymity of users have contributed to a wide escalation in cybercrimes Consequently information and communications technologies ICT are being increasingly employed to instigate threats to global civil society This course provides an overview of cybercrime and the digital law enforcement practices put in place to respond to them The course will focus on the types and extent of current cybercrimes how the justice system responds to these crimes the various constitutional protections afforded to computer users the law and policies that govern cybercrime detection and prosecution and related technologies Track s Information Systems

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/988 (2014-09-22)
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  • ICT 596 Internship in ICT | Library and information science
    Student Resources Distance Learners Request Funding Alternative Spring Break Alumni Alumni Newsletter Support SLIS Alumni News Alumni Profiles Feedback School Librarian Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home ICT 596 Internship in ICT

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/989 (2014-09-22)
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  • IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking | Library and information science
    Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking Emphasizing critical inquiry and critical thinking this course will explore the theories and definitions surrounding the term information literacy Students will put this theory into practice by developing

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/1017 (2014-09-22)
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  • IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking | Library and information science
    Current Student FAQ Student News Student Organizations Student Resources Distance Learners Request Funding Alternative Spring Break Alumni Alumni Newsletter Support SLIS Alumni News Alumni Profiles Feedback School Librarian Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking This course provides an introduction to the concepts and practices of information literacy It explores how to effectively and ethically find evaluate analyze and use information resources in academic and everyday life situations Emphasizing critical inquiry and critical thinking this course will explore the theories and definitions surrounding the term information literacy Students will put this theory into practice by developing problem solving skills that allow them to meet information needs throughout their lifetimes Students will gain a better understanding of how information and knowledge function in society and will discover methods of finding accessing evaluating and using different information sources in an effective and ethical manner Track s Information Systems Status active Instructors Jasmine McNealy Program IS Course Number 200

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/500 (2014-09-22)
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  • Library and information science | University of Kentucky
    Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home Jasmine McNealy Assistant Professor jemcnealy uky edu Ph D in Mass Communication 317 Little Fine Arts Library Phone number 859 218 2297 Research areas the intersection of innovation law privacy information and property with respect

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/user/108 (2014-09-22)
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  • IS 201 General Information Sources | Library and information science
    FAQ Student News Student Organizations Student Resources Distance Learners Request Funding Alternative Spring Break Alumni Alumni Newsletter Support SLIS Alumni News Alumni Profiles Feedback School Librarian Program Vision Mission Goals Program Assessment McConnell Center Information Communication Technology Certificate in Instructional Communication Directory Faculty Directory Employee Directory Emeritus Faculty ICR Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home IS 201 General Information Sources Information professionals play a major role in the information life cycle by facilitating the process of finding what others have created and accumulated Their role is to amass collections of information resources to develop services to help people identify and articulate their information needs and to enable people to find evaluate and use items of relevance This course provides students with a basic understanding of the information environment as well as an understanding of the differences in the information behavior needs and uses of various user groups Upon completion of this course students will be able to critically evaluate and employ information sources in different formats and be able to communicate with users to identify and address their information needs Track s Information Systems Status

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/course/502 (2014-09-22)
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