INF 385T.01 - Special Topics in Information Science: Presenting Information
Restricted to graduate-level degree seekers in the School of Information.
Visual, numerical, textual, and verbal presentation of information based on fundamental theories of human information perception and communication. Examples may include tables, graphs, dashboards, infographics, and reports.
Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
Information 385T (Topic: Presenting Information) and 385T (Topic 1) may not both be counted.
It is the intent of this course to provide you with fundamental techniques that can be applied to other facets of your academic and professional career. Examples may include creating a personal card, redesigning a poster, drafting a short report, crafting a slide presentation, and delivering an oral presentation to your cohort.