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CUR-LIS125-Technologies for Information Services , or CUR-LIM125
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Basic principles involved in structuring information objects and creating the metadata which makes them retrievable. Topics include: information structures, hypertext, markup languages, databases, automatic and derived indexing, metadata and description, document type definitions and schemas, indexing languages and standards and subject analysis.
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- Investigation (40%)
- Exercises (40%)
- Comprehensive Concepts Test (20%)
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