Fall 2019

Important Dates

Pre-Registration Advising Week: March 25-April 1
Registration begins: April 2
Classes begin: August 20
Last Day to Late Register: August 26
Labor Day: September 2
Census Date: September 4
Fall Break: October 17-October 20
Thanksgiving Break: November 27-December 1
Masters Papers due: December 2
Dissertations due to Graduate School: December 2
Classes end: December 4 
Reading Days: December 5 and December 11
Exam Days: December 6 &7, 9&10. December 12 & 13. 
Winter Commencement: December 15

Current and Previous Syllabi

Fall 2019 Registrar's Calendar 

THIS IS A DRAFT 

Monday/Wednesday

Time

Course information and call numbers

9:05-11:35 (Monday only)  581-001: Research Methods Overview; #6701; Clemens; Couse Website; Manning 208
10:10-11:25 556-001: Introduction to Archives; #2463; Anthony; Course Website; Manning 001 
10:10-12:40 (Monday only)

789-001: Big Data, Algorithims, and Society; #13428; Tufekci; Course Website; Manning 014

10:10-12:40 (Wednesday only)

534-001: Youth and Technology in Libraries; #13431; Hughes-Hassell; Course Website; Manning 014

11:15-12:30 613-001:Text Mining; #10039; Arguello Course Website; Manning 307 
12:20-1:35 523-001: Introduction to Database; #2462; Chernoff; Course Website; Manning 001
12:20-3:05 (Wednesday only)  691H-001: Reserach Methods; #2492; Jarrahi; Course Website; Manning 303 
1:25-2:40

582-001: Systems Analysis; #2509; Mazur; Course Website; Manning 307 

625-001: Information Analytics; #13422; Staff; Course Website; Manning 304 

697-001: Information Science Capstone; #10014; P. Jones; Course Website; Manning 014

1:25-3:55 (Monday only) 781-001: Proposal Development; #7182; Staff; Course Website; Manning 208 (1.5 credits, meets 8/16- 10/14)
2:00-4:45 (Wednesday only)  883-001: Research Colloquim; #13433; Staff; Course Website; Manning 214 
3:35-4:50

151-001: Retreiving and Analyzing Information; #2466; Roscoe; Course Website; Manning 117 

690-279: Open Access for Library and Information Professionals; #14099; Solomon; Course Website; Manning 014 (1.5 credits, meets October 16-December 4) 

4:40-7:10 (Wednesday only)  841-001: Seminar in Academic Libraries; #11653; Bardeen/ Solis; Course Website; Manning 303
7:00-8:15 151-002: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #7369; Maneiro; Course Website; Manning 014
5:45-8:30 (Monday only) 

501-001: Information Resources and Services; #2499; Staff; Course Website; Manning 208 

509-001: Information Retrieval; #11715; Arguello; Course Website; Manning 001 

523-002: Introduction to Database; #7545; Lee; Course Website; Manning 117 

582-002: Systems Analysis; #10026; Staff; Course Website; Manning 307

753-001: Preservation; #10284; Peterson; Course Website; Manning 304 

5:45-8:30 (Wednesday only)

490-248: Introduction to Information Security; #10158; Hodges; Course Website; Manning 117

530-001: Young Adult Literature and Related Materials; #7167; Hughes-Hassell; Course Website; Manning 304 

582-003: Systems Analysis; #12058; Orphanides; Course Website; Manning 307

623-001: Database Systems II; #8323; Chamarty; Course Website; Manning 014 

781-004: Proposal Development; #12045; Staff; Course Website; Manning 208 

Tuesday/Thursday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00-9:15

382-001: Information Systems Analysis and Design; #8325; Casden; Course Website; Manning 014

721-001: Cataloging Theory and Practice; #8322; Keizer; Course Website; Manning 208 

8:00-9:15 (Tuesday only)

161-601: Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13387; Campbell; Course Website; Manning 117 (Tuesday only) 

8:00-9:15 (Thursday only)  161-602: Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13388; Campbell; Course Website; Manning 117 (Thursday only) 

9:30-10:45

385-001: Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness; #2464; Bergquist; Course Website; Manning 307

500-001: Human Information Interactions; #3457; Gibson; Course Website; Manning 304

509-002: Information Retrieval; #7366; Wang; Course Website; Manning 208

523-003: Introduction to Database; #11684; Capra; Course Website; Manning 001

641-001: Visual Analytics; #13430; Gotz; Course Website; Manning 014 

9:30-12:00 (Thursday only) 884-001: Seminar in Research Methodology; #13437; Rawson; Course Website; Manning 303
11:00-12:15

161-001: Tools for Information Literacy; #2465; Bergquist; Course Website; Peabody 104 

201-001: Foundations of Information Science; #3138; Winget; Course Website; Manning 307 

539-001: Going the Last Mile: Information Access for Underserved Populations; #8495; Missen; Course Website; Manning 014

560-001: Programming for Information Professionals; #6572; Boone; Course Website; Manning 001 

620-001: Web Information Organization; #8181; Shaw; Course Website; Manning 208 

700-001: Scholarly Communication; #8183; Hemminger; Course Website; Manning 304 (1.5 credits, meets 10/15-12/3) 

781-002: Proposal Development: #7214; Hemminger; Course Website; Manning 304; (1.5 credits; meets 8/20-10/10) 

11:00-1:30 (Tuesday only) 690-270: Data Mining: Methods and Applications; #TBA; Wang; Course Website; Manning 303
12:30-1:45

201-002: Foundations of Information Science; #6574; Dasgupta; Course Website; Manning 307 

202-002: Retrieval and Organizing Systems; #14097; Finley; Course Website; Manning 014

385-002: Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness; #10508; Jarrahi; Course Website; Manning 001

500-002: Human Information Interactions; #6097; Gibson; Course Website; Manning 304

2:00-3:15

201-003: Foundations of Information Science; #11720; Shaw; Course Website; Manning 001 

202-001: Retrieval and Organizing Systems; #8182; Haas; Course Website; Manning 014

2:00-3:15 (Tuesday only) 161-603: Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13389; L. Jones; Course Website; Manning 117 
2:00-3:15 (Thursday only)  161-605:  Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13391; L. Jones; Course Website; Manning 117
3:30-4:45

151-003: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #7526; Arnold; Course Website; Manning 001 

690-278: Designing for Creative Learning; #14098; Dasgupta; Course Website; Manning 014 

2:00-4:45 (Tuesday only)

513-001: Resource Selection and Evaluation; #2478; Flaherty; Course Website; Manning 208 

520-001: Organization of Information; #4383; Winget; Course Website; Manning 307 

752-001: Digital Preservation and Access; #13426; Tibbo; Course Website; Manning 304 

889-001: Teaching Practice; #12307; Course Website; Manning214

2:00-4:45 (Thursday only)

501-002: Information Resources and Services; #7367; Melo; Course Website; Manning 208 

842-001: Seminar in Popular Materials in Libraries; #11395; Flaherty; Course Website; Manning 303 

881-001: Issues and Questions I; #3143; Lee; Course Website; Manning 214

5:45-7:00 (Tuesday only)  161-604:  Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13390; Edmunds; Course Website; Manning 117
5:45-7:00 (Tuesday only)  161-606:  Tools for Information Literacy (Recitation); #13392; Edmunds; Course Website; Manning 117
5:45-8:15 (Tuesday only)

382-002: Information Systems Analysis and Design; #9830; Brown; Course Website; Manning 014

520-002: Organization of Infromation; #10007; Winget; Course Website; Manning 307 

585-001; Management for Information Professionals; #2486; Ross; Course Website; Manning 304 

718-001: User Interface Design; #11687; Yu; Course Website; Manning 208 

781-003: Proposal Development; #10016; Staff; Course Website; Manning 001 (1.5 credits, August 20-October 10) 

5:45-8:15 (Thursday only)

382-003: Information Systems Analysis and Design; #13429; Urquhart; Course Website; Manning 307

418-001: Human Factors in System Design; #14103; STAFF; Course Website; Manning 304

525-001: Electronic Records Management; #8263; Chassanoff; Course Website; Manning 208 

558-001: Principles and Techniques of Storytelling; #3146; Sturm; Course Website; Manning 014

560-002: Programming; #10009; Carter; Course Website; Manning 001 

 

Friday

Time

Course information and call numbers

10:10-12:40

581-002: Research Methods Overview; #12049; Rawson; Course Website; Manning 001

 

 

Online Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WEB

501-03W: Information Resources and Services; #11987; Staff 

520-03W: Organization of Information; #10556; Shin 

523-04W: Database Systems I; #13384; Haas

560-03W: Programming; #11364; Gotz

581-03W: Research Methods Overview; #10008; Staff 

585-02W: Management for Information Professionals; #9831; Haight 

625-02W; Information Analytics; #10002; Staff

690-01W: Project Management: Strategy and Applications; #11805; Cox 

710-01W: Evidence Based Medicine; #6591; Cantrell/ Von Isenberg

712-01W: Introduction to Text Mining; #13423; Staff (1.5 credits) 

714-01W: Introduction to Information Analytics; #13424; Staff (1.5 credits) 

720-01W: Metadata; #8362; Staff 

722-01W: Introduction to Metadata Architectures and Applications; #13425; Staff (1.5 credits) 

724-01W: Introduction to Electronic Records Management; #TBA; Staff (1.5) 

750-01W: Introduction to Digital Curation; #11984; Tibbo 

751-01W: Advanced Digital Curation; #TBA; Tibbo 

765-01W: Information Technology Foundations for Managing Digital Collections; 13427; Staff 

767-01W: Information Assurance; #11986; Staff

800-01W: PSM Webinar/MOOC/Seminar Series; TBA; Staff 

 

 

WISE Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WISE

WISE COURSES:

Web-based Information Science Education (WISE) is a unique and groundbreaking opportunity for students to take online elective Library and Information Science accredited courses from other universities. Leading schools in the information field have gone outside the classroom to extend their reach to broaden the online educational opportunities for students. The WISE consortium uses advanced online technology as a means to enrich education and foster relationships among students, faculty and universities.

Students have the opportunity to access distance education courses through WISE member schools that have met the quality bar in online education. WISE students have increased access to special topics and electives as compared to non-WISE schools.For example, a student may access courses from a wider base of faculty and research than may be normally available within their home school. A professional who is working on his or her degree will have greater flexibility in scheduling and have a multitude of options when considering specialized topics. The WISE student will have the ability to select from a wide array of online courses, regardless of their location, and take courses with faculty who are highly regarded in their area of expertise.

FALL 2019 WISE Priority Enrollment: TBA

Thank you for your interest in taking a WISE course. Enrolling is a two-step process.

Step 1: You must first request enrollment via the WISE website.  
Enter username: uncstudent and password: unc-sils in the appropriate boxes. Select the term you are interested in and view the course offerings for that term. Click on View Details for more information on a course.  Select the course you are interested in taking. Wait for notification from WISE. 

Step 2: After WISE notification, you will register for the course through the UNC Connect Carolina system, by registering for the INLS course number. Final grades are submitted to that course number at the end of the term. Also, remember start and end dates vary among the WISE schools, so grades may be issued on different dates (sometime much later) than those issued for UNC courses. This can be very important if you are graduating in this term and need the course credits from a WISE course. Please be sure to check the start and end dates. 

 

 

1Undergraduate Students Only