Introduction to the Course

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Introduction to the Course IST616 Information Resources: Organization and Access Jian Qin
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Who is Jian Qin anyway? Hello, class!
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WebCT Schedule Lectures My Coursework Syllabus Coursework Quizzes Skill workshops Submissions My Grades Course Library Syllabus Readings Glossary Tutorial for OCLC Connexion system Student space Communication Bulletin board Email Chat Miscellanea
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Weekly lecture notes Lecture notes are posted on days as indicated in schedule Expectations: Read the materials for the week Read the lecture notes Post questions and/or thoughts on topics for the week Supplemental materials may be posted from time to time
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Assignments and quizzes Submissions All assignments are to be uploaded in your student space Due at 11:00 pm of the Sunday indicated A reduction of 5% per day for late submissions Quizzes Will be available 5 days before the due date Each quiz has a maximum of 30 minutes to complete Grade will be available in 5 days after the deadline
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Topics (1) Descriptive representation of documents: Data elements and access points Encoding language, format, and tools Authority control and standardization
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