Master of Information Management (MIM) - Organization of Information, Part 1 MGMT 5002   Organization of Information, Part 1
Information management is the management of organizational processes and systems that acquire, create, organize, distribute, and use information. This course examines the various means by which information can be organized to facilitate its retrieval, management and use, and provides an overview of the principles and theories of metadata development and implementation in the digital environment. Emphasis will be placed on metadata interoperability, vocabulary control, standardization, quality control and evaluation. Contextually-relevant information is essential to support decision making and strategic planning by individuals, groups and organizations. An introduction to the principles of IA is included, as they interconnect with best practices in the Organization of Information.
  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Online Delivery

FORMAT COMMENTS: Online via Brightspace including some or all of the following: voice-over presentations, video presentations, group discussions, instructor/student threaded discussions, hyper-linked lecture notes, live chat, etc.