Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Schedule 

Important Dates

Pre-Registration Advising Week: October 24-October 31 
Registration begins: November 1
Classes begin: January 11
Last Day to Late Register: January 18
Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday: January 16
Graduation Applications: February 17 
Spring Break: March 11-March 19
Masters Papers due: April 10
Dissertations due to Graduate School by 4pm: April 13 
Spring Holiday: April 14
Classes End: April 28
Reading Days: May 3 & 6
Exams: May 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 and 9 
Spring Commencement: May 14
 

Spring 2017 Registrar's Calendar 

 

Monday/Wednesday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00-9:15

 520-001: Organization of Information; #8067; Losee; Course Website; Manning 014

10:10-11:25

089-001: FYS: Social Movements and New Media; #8083; Tufekci; Course Website; Manning 304 

203-001: Human Information Behavior; #10774; Vardell; Course Website; Manning 001 

523-001: Database Systems 1: #8166; Missen; Course Website; Manning 307 

556-001: Introduction to Archives and Records Management; #8068; Anthony; Course Website; Manning 208 

581-001: Research Methods Overview; #8151; Losee; Course Website; Manning 014

609: Experimental Information Retrieval; #8201; Arguello; Course Website; Manning 303 

12:20-1:35

512: Applications of Natural Language Processing; #8114; Haas; Course Website; Manning 307 

697-001: Information Science Capstone; #8073; Tufekci; Course Website; Manning 001

12:20-3:05 (Monday only)

501-001: Information Resources and Services; #8074; Gollop; Course Website; Manning 208

690-147: Information Services in a Diverse Society; #12901; Hughes-Hassell; Course Website; Manning 304

12:20-3:05 (Wednesday only)

465: Understanding IT for Digital Collections; #8101; Lee; Course Website; Manning 117 

732: Children's Literature and Related Materials; #12953; Nelson; Course Website; Manning 208 

1:50-3:05

201-001: Foundations of Information Science; #8070; Feinberg; Course Website; Manning 001 

384: Information and Computer Ethics; #8177; Anthony; Course Website; Manning 014 

509-001: Information Retrieval; #8062; Arguello; Course Website; Manning 307 

1:50-4:35 (Wednesday only)

690-213: Rare Book Collection Fundamentals; #8231; Ott; Course Website; Wilson Library 504 (1.5 credits, class meets January 11-February 27) 

 

3:35-4:50

151-002: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #8182; Roscoe; Course Website; Manning 014 

161-002: Tools for Information Literacy; #8210; Jones; Course Website; Manning 117 

3:35-6:20 (Wednesday only)  382-001: Information Systems Analysis and Design; #8062; Dunn; Course Website; Manning 208
4:00-5:00 770: Health Informatics Seminar; #8230; Moynihan; Course Website; HSL 227 
6:00-7:15

690-252: Database III; #11711; Scott; Course Website; Odum Institute Social Computing Room (Davis Library) (1.5 credits, meets January 11-February 27) 

626: Intro to Big Data and NoSQL; #8208; Scott; Course Website;  Manning 001  (1.5 credits, meets March1- April 26) 

6:00-8:45 (Monday only)

523-003: Database Systems I; #8218; Pfaff; Course Website; Manning 117 

582-001: Systems Analysis; #8162; Ndoh; Course Website; Manning 307 

6:00-8:45 (Wednesday only) 690-217: Humanities Information; #8225; Holloway; Course Website; Manning 303 (1.5 credits, meets March 1-April 26) 
Tuesday/Thursday

Time

Course information and call numbers

8:00-9:15

161-001: Tools for Information Literacy; #8064; Bergquist; Course Website; Manning 307 

501-002: Information Resources and Services; #12140; Brown; Course Website; Manning 001 

9:30-10:45

151-002: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #8223; Arnold; Course Website; Manning 117 

385-001:Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness; #8093; Bergquist; Course Website; Manning 001

500-001: Human Information Interactions; #8071; Gibson; Course Website; Manning 304

502: User Education; #8184; Hughes-Hassell; Course Website; Manning 014 

582-002: Systems Analysis and Design; #8209: Gotz; Course Website; Manning 307

697-002: Information Science Capstone; #8178; Jones; Course Website; Manning 208

11:00-12:15

151-001: Retrieving and Analyzing Information; #8072; von Isenberg; Course Website; Manning 307

201-002: Foundations of Information Science; #8181; Shaw; Course Website; Manning 001

490-172: Fundamentals of Programming Information Applications; #8203; Capra; Course Website; Manning 014

560-002: Programming for Information Professionals; #8211; Bodenheimer; Course Website; Manning 117

725: Electronic Health Records; #8179; Mostafa; Course Website; Health Sciences Library 333 

757: Principles and Practices of Archival Description; #8135; Anthony; Course Website; Manning 208

883: Research Colloquium; #8161; TBA; Course Website; Manning 214

12:30-1:45

089-002: Smart Cities; #10563; Rajasekar/ Rademaker; Course Website; Manning 304

560-001: Programming for Information Professionals; #8150; Gotz; Course Website; Manning 001 

513-001: Resource Selection and Evaluation; #8066; Vargha; Course Website; Manning 208 

520-002: Organization of Information; #8155; Feinberg; Course Website; Manning 307 

718: User Interface Design; #8063; Martin; Course Website; Manning 014 

2:00-3:15

781-001: Proposal Development; #8183; Sturm; Course Website; Manning 001 (1.5 credits, class meets January 12-March 2)  

2:00-4:45 (Tuesday only)

739: Information Services for Specific Populations; #8180; Gollop; Course Website; Manning 208

882: Research Issues and Questions; #8075; Wildemuth; Course Website; Manning 303 

2:00-4:45 (Thursday only)

561: Digital Forensics for Curation of Digital Collections; #TBA; Woods; Course Website; Manning 117 

584: Information Ethics; #10562; Gibson; Course Website; Manning 304

755: Archival Appraisal; #8132; Tibbo; Course Website; Manning 307

760: Web Databases; #8077; Capra; Course Website; Manning 014

887: Theory Development; #10564; Wildemuth; Course Website; Manning 303 

3:30-4:45  
4:00-6:45 (Tuesday only)  841: Seminar in Academic Libraries; # 13172; Bardeen/Solis; Course Website; Manning 304
7:00-8:15 490-248: Introduction to Information Security; #13206; Hodges, Course Website; Manning 1171
6:00-8:45 (Tuesday only)

581-003: Research Methods Overview; #8212; Rawson; Course Website; Manning 001

585-001: Management for Information Professionals; #8076; Brown; Course Website; Manning 307 

 

5:15-8:00 (Thursday only)

418: Human Factors in Systems Design; #10788; Barlow; Course Website; Manning 208 

623: Database Systems II; #8102; Carter; Course Website; Manning 001 

6:00-8:45 (Thursday only)

382-002: Information Systems Analysis and Design; #8186; Urquhart; Course Website; Manning 307

089-003: FYS: Storytelling: Hidden Voices and Social Justice; #11674; Sturm; Course Website; Manning 303  

787: Legal Issues for Librarians; #8159; Cross/Gilliland; Course Website; Manning 304

Friday

Time

Course information and call numbers

10:00-12:20 842: Seminar In Popular Materials; #13133; Barry-Rodriguez; Course Website; Manning 303 
12:20-3:05

572: Web Development; #8220; Boone; Course Website; Manning 001 (1.5 credits, meets January 11- March 3) 

573: Mobile Web Development; #8221; Course Website; Manning 001 (1.5 credits, meets March 10-April 26) 

2:00-4:45 888: Seminar in Teaching and Academic Life; #16127; Marchionini; Course Website; Manning 303

 

 

Online Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WEB

523-02W: Database Systems I; #8176; Shin; Course Website; ONLINE 

585-02W: Management for Information Professionals; #12156; Weiss; Course Website; ONLINE 

624-01W: Policy-Based Data Management; #8207; Rajasekar; Course Website; ONLINE 

710-01W: Evidence Based Medicine; #8134; Myatt/Schardt; Course Website; ONLINE 

740-01W: Digital Libraries: Principles and Applications; # 8133; Golden; Course Website; ONLINE

756-01W: Data Curation and Management; #8154; Tibbo; Course Website; ONLINE 

 

WISE Courses

 

Course information and call numbers

WISE

If you wish to sign up for a WISE class please contact Dr. Claudia Gollop.

INLS 890-01W – Community Histories; Freeman

INLS 890-02W – Copyright for Information Professionals; Hurst-Wahl

INLS 890-03W – Digital Marketing for Libraries; Buono

INLS 890-04W – Financial & Human Resources Management for Information Agencies; Villagran

INLS 890-05W – Games in Library; Sanchez

INLS 890-06W – Gamifying Information;  Weissmann

INLS 890-07W – Leadership; Sawyer

INLS 890-08W – Museum Collection Development; Stumm

INLS 890-09W – Research Data Infrastructure; Lyon

 

1Undergraduate Students Only