Info 202. Information Organization and Retrieval

Course Description: 

Three hours of lecture per week. This course introduces the intellectual foundations of information organization and retrieval: conceptual modeling, semantic representation, vocabulary and metadata design, classification, and standardization, as well as information organization and retrieval practices, technology, and applications, including computational processes for analyzing information in both textual and non-textual formats. Students will learn how information organization and retrieval is carried out by professionals, authors, and users; by individuals in association with other individuals, and as part of the business processes in an enterprise and across enterprises.

This is a required introductory course for MIMS Master's students, integrating perspectives and best practices from a wide range of disciplines.

Units: 
4
Prerequisites: 
I School students only.

Course History

Fall 2014
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Fall 2012
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Fall 2011
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Fall 2010
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Fall 2009
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Fall 2008
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Fall 2005
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Fall 2004
Marc Davis
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Fall 2003
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Fall 2002
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Fall 2001
Warren Sack
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Fall 2000
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Fall 1998
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Fall 1997
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