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  1. Info + Web Tech Course • Information • Technologies • Anselm Spoerri PhD (MIT) • SC&I @ Rutgers University • aspoerri@rutgers.edu • anselm.spoerri@gmail.com

  2. Lecture 14 - Overview How 550 Course Relates to Other MLIS Courses • 555 Multimedia Production • 554 Information Visualization • 553 Digital Libraries • 552 Understanding Library Systems and Software Applications • 558 Digital Library Technology • 557 Database Design and Management • 524 Metadata for the Information Professional • 512 Interface Design • 551 Information Retrieval Work on Exercises & Term Project Lectures – Week 14 Contenthttp://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~aspoerri/Teaching/InfoTech/Lectures.html#week14

  3. How 550 Course Relates to Other MLIS Courses • 555 Multimedia Production • 554 Information Visualization • 553 Digital Libraries • 552 Understanding Library Systems and Software Applications • 558 Digital Library Technology • 557 Database Design and Management • 524 Metadata for the Information Professional • 512 Interface Design • 551 Information Retrieval

  4. 555 Multimedia Production • Design Principles and Technical Competency in Web Design • Learn how to create multimedia website using: • Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Digital Video and Flash • HTML and CSS • Digital image and video editing • Animation design • Guided in how to create meaningful Final Project: http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~aspoerri/Teaching/MPOnline/finalprojects_highlights.html • Narrated lectures, video demos (index) and step-by-step files • http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~aspoerri/Teaching/MPOnline/Home.htm

  5. 554 Information Visualization and Presentation • Introduction to emerging field of Information Visualization How to use human perceptual capabilities to gain insights into large and abstract data sets. • Foundation in human visual perception and how it relates to creating effective information visualizations. • Understand the key design principles • Study major techniques and systems • Use data visualization tools, such Google Motion Charts, Google Fusion Tables, ManyEyes, Tableau • Evaluate information visualizations tools • Design new, innovative visualizations • http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~aspoerri/Teaching/InfoVisOnline/Home.htm

  6. 553 Digital Libraries • Fundamental Issues and Approaches to Digital Libraries • Study variety of digital library collections • Organization, access, and use of digital libraries • Technical infrastructure • Socioeconomic issues • Integration of information resources • Relation to traditional libraries • Current projects and initiatives • Major issues affecting progress in the field • Goals of digital library work • How to design and plan a digital library

  7. 552 Understanding Library Systems & Software Applications Study Information Systems that enable key digital services in Libraries and Information Organizations: • Content Management Systems (CMS) • Circulation: acquisition, cataloging and access • Digital Library Networks

  8. 558 Digital Library Technology Study the Organizational, Technical, and Logistical issues concerning the Design and Implementation of electronic collections, documents, and services. • Students buildtheir own prototype digital library

  9. 557 Database Design and Management • Study Relational, Object Oriented and Other Databases • Read about and discuss the evolution of database management systems from legacy systems to the Web • Become knowledgeable about different Types of Databases (e.g., DSS, Linguistic, Marketing, Knowledge Management, etc.) • Learn about Data Structures • Learn about Relational Databases • Learn how to design Database Management System (DBMS); • Practice using Structured Query language (SQL); • Implement Database

  10. 524 Metadata for the Information Professional Examine of issues and problems relating to the creation and application of metadata in various information environments. • Major Metadata schemes • Encoding standards and container architecture • Examine functions, syntax, semantics, quality of meta data. • Resource identifiers • Controlled vocabularies • Metadata project management

  11. 512 Interface Design • Interactive computing devices used in information seeking activities. • Quality of user interface (UI) determines user experience. • How does one design a "good" user interface? • Concepts and Methods for Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces • Major topics: • Relationships between users' models of information systems and the conceptual models presented to them • Human cognitive capabilities • User interface design principles and methods • Task and user analysis • User interface evaluation and usability testing • Students will use web design tools (Dreamweaver/MS PowerPoint) to prototype user interfaces for information retrieval systems

  12. 551 Information Retrieval (IR) • Theory, Design, Use, and Evaluation of IR Systems • Design principles for IR systems and their implementation • Characteristics of operational and experimental retrieval systems • Evaluation of information retrieval systems. • Topics • Structured vs. Unstructured Data • Formal vs. vague queries • Relevance • Interaction • Evaluation