Master of Information Management (MIM) - Information Systems & Technologies, Part 1 MGMT 5003   Information Systems & Technologies, Part 1
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course makes clear the relationship between IT and IM, often misconstrued in organizations. The course includes theories of databases and integrated systems design, allied with practical applications of a wide range of information technologies to support organizational goals. These include traditional intranet and extranet applications along with emerging Web 2.0 technologies. Concepts of information architecture (IA) are introduced relating to the design of shared information environments which are often web-based, including intranets, databases and online communities. The practices of IA are examined through analyses of real organizations and how the information environment can best serve their mission, goals, processes, clients, suppliers and other stakeholders.
FORMAT:
  • 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.