archive-edu.com » EDU » U » UKY.EDU

Total: 968

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Subscribe to Our Email Newsletter | Library and information science
    Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home Graduates Library and Information Science Admissions Subscribe to Our Email Newsletter Please fill out the form below to subscribe to our email newsletter LIS News Once a week for about two months you will receive useful information about our program and the library science field in general A few of our newsletter topics include Is Online Learning Right for Me Picking a Library Specialty Area Alternative Careers in Library and Information Science Funding Your Education School Librarians You will receive a confirmation email to insure you requested this information Subscribe to our mailing list indicates required Email Address First Name Last Name City State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington D C West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Which type of course do you prefer Online Face to Face Both

    Original URL path: http://ci.uky.edu/lis/content/subscribe (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive


  • General Overview of the LIS Program | Library and information science
    both the public and private sectors With an ever increasing volume of electronic data there is a growing need for employees who can store manage and extract data effectively Graduate Programs Note Graduate degree requirements have been revised as of Spring 2014 The up to date overview can be found here The following will only apply to students who enrolled prior to Spring 2014 UK s School of Library and Information Science offers courses that support a variety of careers in Librarianship Whether you want to work in an academic or public library a school setting or a non traditional field there are an array of courses for you Students in all areas would take the four required courses LIS 600 601 602 and 603 and at least one technology requirement LIS 636 637 638 or 668 While a student in the program you should consult your advisor to select the best courses based on your interests academic needs and professional goals Areas students can pursue while at UK SLIS include academic libraries health information information technology public libraries school libraries and special libraries See Academic Tracks on this Web site for more information on each of these areas The School has a set of four courses that are required of all graduate students LIS 600 Information in Society LIS 601 Information Seeking Retrieval and Services LIS 602 Information Representation and Access LIS 603 Management in Library Information Science In addition all graduate students are required to take at least one qualifying technology course Courses that qualify are LIS 636 Foundations of Information Technology LIS 637 Information Technology LIS 638 Internet Technologies Information Services LIS 668 Information Systems Design In the design of the core courses emphasis has been given to both the conceptual foundations of library and information science

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/content/general-overview-lis-program (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Courses | Library and information science
    emphasis on sources and services in agriculture astronomy biology chemistry mathematics natural resources zoology and other closely related subjects Prerequisite LIS 601 and LIS 602 or consent of instructor Academic Medical Information Organization active LIS 625 Information Literacy Instruction This course examines the theory and practice of instruction provided in information organizations to develop clients abilities to effectively locate evaluate select and use information Attention is given to the nature of information literacy systematic instructional design needs assessment methods of instruction teaching and learning preferences and the evaluation of learning and programs This course is interdisciplinary and draws on theory from Library Information Science Instructional Communication Education and Cognitive Psychology We will examine and criticize various instructional methods plan for and deliver instruction in both in person and computer aided venues learn various methods for assessing teaching and learning and discuss the managerial and political aspects of instructional delivery in various information agency contexts with a special emphasis on those in academic settings Prerequisite LIS 601 or consent of instructor Academic Public Libraries Instructional Services active Lisa O Connor LIS 626 Electronic Information Resources in the Health Sciences Survey of electronic information resources in the health sciences including databases and Web sources Discussion of relevant controlled vocabularies and their use in formulating and executing search strategies The course also includes an evidence based health care component whereby students learn to analyze critically the biomedical literature and determine reference and research relevancy Same as ICT 626 Medical active Jeffrey T Huber LIS 627 Consumer Health Information Resources History and development of consumer health information resources role of professional and governmental agencies in provision of consumer health information policy issues related to provision of consumer health information Consumer health professional literature user information needs user resources and information services Identification selection utilization and evaluation of consumer health information for special populations within specialized educational and healthcare settings Trends and issues in consumer health informatics Medical Information Organization active LIS 630 Information Retrieval This course reviews important information retrieval IR theories and models explores a brief history of IR research and examines various IR applications Students will get familiar with IR foundations such as document indexing or query expansion optimization strategies as well as understand overall system architectures for selected IR applications Students will explore how to analyze and compare IR systems how to select the best IR systems for particular tasks and how to design a prototype for an efficient IR system Prereq or concur LIS 636 or LIS 637 or LIS 638 Information Systems Academic Medical Public Libraries Information Organization Instructional Services active Ning Yu LIS 634 Information Architecture The course introduces the concepts and practices of information architectures IA for a Web site within the context of the organization it serves It aims to acquaint students with principles and process of information architecture for user centered design of websites It also provides students the opportunity to develop practical skills related to the design of information organization and navigation systems The course prepares students for the companion technical course of content management systems where they will apply the theories and techniques studied in this course to the implementation of a fully functional website Information Systems active LIS 636 Foundations of Information Technology A study of the computing fundamentals necessary for the understanding and use of information technology Focus is on examining computer systems in concept and practice which is essential to information professionals Topics include how computers represent process store and retrieve information how operating systems control these processes interpret commands present the user interface and run applications how databases are designed and created how general understanding of programming processes and productivity software skills is important in a variety of professional contexts Productivity applications include the Office suite Internet applications and web publishing and database management systems Information Systems Academic Medical Public Libraries active Joe Miller Will Buntin LIS 637 Information Technology Study of computer and communication technology used in modern information storage and retrieval systems Consideration also given to managing microcomputer services hardware evaluation and selection and system security Prerequisite Consent of instructor Same as CJT 637 Information Systems Academic Medical Public Libraries active LIS 638 Internet Technologies and Information Services A course examining the structure development and evolution of the Internet network protocols and client server architecture issues Web page design authoring and evaluation the use of the Internet as an information storage and retrieval system recent advances in HTML and scripting languages and Internet related social issues such as censorship and copyright Prerequisite LIS 636 or consent of instructor Same as CJT 638 Information Systems Academic Medical Public Libraries active Joe Miller LIS 639 Introduction to Medical Informatics This course is designed to introduce the interdisciplinary field of medical informatics to health information professionals Medical Informatics is a developing field that essentially seeks to apply information and computing technologies to improve all aspects of healthcare including patient care research and education During the semester we will explore a number of topics central to understanding the field including the nature of biomedical information the electronic medical record the role of information and computing technologies to support clinical decision making healthcare and informatics standards information retrieval system analysis and technology assessment and essential issues of information technology in medical education and medical ethics By the end of this Web based course students are expected to be able to understand broad aspects of the field and can use this as a foundation for further education training and work in health information professions Same as CJT 639 Medical active Sujin Kim LIS 640 Health Information Resource Services A survey of information agencies and health science libraries including topics related to the healthcare community and their information needs information resources in the health sciences controlled medical terminologies and classification systems search and retrieval of information resources issues in the management of collections and access to health libraries Same as CJT 640 Medical active LIS 641 Law Librarianship A study of the materials of

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/courses (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Fellowship Application | 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 Fellowship Application Please submit the application below to be considered by the UK Graduate School for a fellowship nomination Only persons who have first applied to the School of Library and Information Science will be

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/fellowship_application (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Graduate Assistanship Online Application | Library and information science
    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

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/content/graduate-assistanship-online-application (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • General Scholarship Application | Library and information science
    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 General Scholarship Application Preference will be given to students who have not received scholarship money from the

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/content/general-scholarship-application (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Library and information science | University of Kentucky
    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

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/user/91 (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Library and information science | University of Kentucky
    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

    Original URL path: https://ci.uky.edu/lis/user/134 (2014-09-22)
    Open archived version from archive