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  • Jack Duarte | College of Communication and Information
    Distance Learning Education Abroad Organizations Programs Department of Communication Division of Instructional Communication Graduate Program in Communication School of Journalism and Telecommunications School of Library and Information Science Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar Contact Expert Guide Images Press Releases Videos You are here Home Jack Duarte JOU 1963 newest novel The White Mouse is now available on most e platforms and high quality book stores The White Mouse is historical fiction and based on the real life exploits of Australian Nancy Wake during World War II Wake was responsible for setting up a successful escape network around Marseille France at the beginning of the war She fled France and began working for Great Britain s Special Operations Executive during the invasion of Normandy For her remarkable efforts Wake became the most decorated female officer in

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  • Ken Hurst | College of Communication and Information
    School of Journalism and Telecommunications School of Library and Information Science Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI

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  • Megan Carter | College of Communication and Information
    Program in Communication School of Journalism and Telecommunications School of Library and Information Science Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits

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  • In Memoriam: William Starr Blakeman | College of Communication and Information
    Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar

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  • Meredith Murphy | College of Communication and Information
    of Library and Information Science Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs

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  • Rungrat Chaisamrej | College of Communication and Information
    School of Library and Information Science Scholarships Student Ambassadors Undergraduate Advising Undergraduate Admissions Undergraduate Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International

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  • Library and information science | University of Kentucky
    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 CI Launches New ICT Master s Program Starting Fall 2015 students can apply for a master s degree in Information Communication Technology through the College of Communication and Information Remembering Dr Lois Mai Chan Prof Emerita Lois Mai Chan a 40 year member of the University of Kentucky faculty passed away on August 20 Meet Our New Faculty at SLIS this Fall See who joined the school as faculty this Fall 2014 semester SLIS Alumn Anthony Ubelhor in Forbes Magazine SLIS interviews alumnus Anthony Ubelhor about his Forbes interview on going back to graduate school after 50 SLIS Announces Fall 2014 LIS Scholarship Winners UK SLIS is pleased to announce its Fall 2014 LIS program scholarship winners Library Information Science Information Communication Technology Information Studies Instructional Communication Our College News Call for Applicants Multiple Faculty Positions for ICT Tsikerdekis Zeadally Research Online Deception Huber Attends Microsoft Research Faculty Summit Burns Talks Open Access on Libfocus SLIS Alumna Featured in Article THATCamp Kentucky 2014 on UK Campus

    Original URL path: http://ci.uky.edu/lis/ (2014-09-22)
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  • Courses | Library and information science
    This course will examine the ways that health issues are shaped through interpersonal group organizational cultural political economic and historical communication processes Topics may include health literacy clinician to client communication peer to peer communication effective public health messages and mass media campaigns risk and emergency communication 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 of health care data quality management HL7 data security and HIPAA Explores major applications and commercial vendors decision support methods evaluation of health care information systems and new opportunities and emerging trends Same as IS 539 ICT 550 Security Informatics This course introduces students to policy concerns relating to security informatics and highlights theoretical and practical approaches to designing secure information and communication technology ICT systems It addresses key issues such as authentication risk analysis access control database and network security and information assurance 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 ICT 596 Internship in ICT Supervised lab work in ICT with meetings for evaluation of student s work technique and review of issues 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 Jasmine McNealy 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 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 IS 201 General Information Sources Information professionals play a major role

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