Students are proficient in the theory and application of skills essential for knowledge representation in evolving technology environments, in any chosen area of specialization.
II.a. Students analyze, organize and describe various formats of information objects.
- Digital Records and Disruptive Technologies
The paper analyzes how decentralized technologies like Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) may affect the future of archiving and document management.
- LibraryThing Assignment
Assignment to employ an online provider to organize bibliographic information.
- Information Literacy Class Observation
This brief paper is a description and analysis of an information literacy class
II.b. Students identify and apply best practices in the use of different technologies for knowledge representation
The list below represents a view of some of the different technologies employed to create informational materials
- Poster for a summer activity at a library made using Adobe Illustrator
- Booklet for the same summer program above, this time using Adobe InDesign
- Strategic Planning Brochure developed in Adobe InDesign
- Explanimation developed with Adobe After Effects and Premiere
- Animation in 2D
- Prezi Presentation about Blockchain
- Infographic done in Adobe Photoshop
- Mind Maps using Coogle. Although the brainstorm was a group effort, the design of the hypothesis in Coogle was an individual task
- Wikipedia Edits (Mosca23)
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz: Sor Juana and Music
William Torrey Harris: Achievements
- Book Talk: The Benefits of Being an Octopus