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Fall 2014
Mar 02, 2021
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LIS 5053 - Information Users in the Knowledge Society
(Crosslisted with KM 5053) Prerequisite: LIS 5033 or concurrent enrollment. Information use by people in various roles, situations, and contexts, individually and in groups. Information behavior and the influence of learning and cognitive processes; value systems; and situational, psychological, sociological, and political perspectives. Application of study of user information behavior to textual, graphical, and visual representation of knowledge. Includes both theoretical models and practical methodologies for study of uses and for user-centered design of information and knowledge systems and services. (F, Sp)
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate, Non-Degree, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Library and Info Studies Department

Course Attributes:
Arts Science Course, Grad Arts Sci Course, Graduate Course, Graduate level Course, Norman Grad Div Crse, Course is cross-listed


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