INF 385S Digital Libraries
Research, development, and evaluation issues related to digital collections of documents, data, and multimedia formats, including metadata and interoperability; access strategies and user interfaces; implications for policies and social issues; collection development with physical as well as digital materials
This course explores the life cycle of a digital library/collection through various critical lenses and hands-on experiences. The objective of the course is for students to obtain a solid understanding of the theoretical frameworks, technical processes, and technologies needed to build meaningful, relevant, and ethical digital libraries.
Restricted to graduate degree seekers in the School of Information during registration periods 1 and 2.
Remaining seats will be made available to outside students on August 19th. Interested non-iSchool students may request a seat reservation by completing this Registration Support Questionnaire.