Section 1 MIS 12-19

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/15/11 Chapter 1 Information Quality Information Quality Today’s Objectives  Define data and information.  Know the characteristics of good information.  Understand how to be information literate.  Explore ethical issues concerning the use of misdirected information. Information Quality What is Information?  knowledge derived from data  data presented in a meaningful context  processed or aggregated data  a difference that makes a difference Information Quality Data vs. Information Example You are trying to decide whether or not to drop this course. Your instructor tells you that you answered question 47 incorrect on Exam 1. Is this data or information? A. Data B. Information Information Quality Data vs. Information Example You are trying to decide whether or not to drop this course. Your instructor tells you that you earned 98% on Exam 1 and your performance on Exam 1 is a good indicator of your final grade. This is the only graded assignment due prior to the drop date. Is this data or information? A. Data Information Quality What are the Characteristics { F 8 5 F C 9 0 F -2 F 0 3 -4 0 E D -8 2 A 4 -F 5 E 3 4 7 1 6 F D } Content Accurate { A F B 7 0 D B 1 -5 B 7 C -4 D F E -B 3 F 5 -E 5 C 3 E 5 4 E 6 D D F } Time { 8 B 2 1 5 7 A B -D A 7 6 -4 C 7 4 -A D F 1 -2 7 F 8 7 8 E 7 3 0 B } Timely { 5 F 6 0 1 D 1 -0 6 2 5 -4 6 A 2 -B D C 1 -E 2 7 B 0 3 C 3 6 4 8 } Frequent { A B 7 1 8 0 D A -6 7 E 4 -4 1 A -9 4 B A -7 9 4 3 5 1 B 2 B E 8 } Form { 7 2 B 3 6 5 1 3 -2 6 D 9 -4 8 6 5 -9 C 3 2 -2 F 8 2 C 8 5 9 7 0 A D }...
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