Student Projects

INFO 653: Knowledge Organization

About

This is an introductory course to key concepts, systems, and tools to organize, provide access to and share information resources. The course covers basic principles and applications of descriptive cataloging, classification, and indexing for physical and electronic resources. Also covered are metadata, thesauri and emerging knowledge organization systems including folksonomies and linked data. The course provides the foundation for further studies in library, archive, and museum cataloging, reference, information retrieval, database management, and information architecture.

Required for Library and Information Science (MSLIS) degree.

Class website: https://lis653.wordpress.com/

Earlier Student Projects are available here

Fall 2020

Alford Gunther-Mohr_AV Archiving.pdf
Barney Ferguson Romano_Museum Metadata.pdf
Callery Haney Langer Sergeeva_Organology.pdf
Dirzis Meyer Nazim Wang_Crit Cat.pdf
McIntyre Mooney Linn_Moving Image.pdf
Johansen Zerah Zhang_Metadata in Museums.pdf
Cooke Greggs Post_Folksonomies.pdf
Anger Carlson Jonas Ribakove_Wikidata for GLAMs.pdf

Spring 2020

Preserving Born-Digital Art.pdf
Hope-Gund_Schmidt_Toppeta_INFO-653-01_Final Presentation.pdf
Wikidata GLAM presentation (5).pdf
INFO 653 VROOM DONAHUE KENDRIS final presentation.pptx