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Z519: Evaluation of Information Systems (3 cr.)

Theoretical and practical exploration of the issues surrounding contemporary information systems. A specific focus will be on evaluating information systems from the user perspective. This evaluation approach will cut across disciplinary frameworks: behavioral, cognitive, and social sciences. The approach will also touch on multiple research methods: online surveys, sense-making, critical incident, and network analysis.

Prerequisites:

P: Z401, Z501 and Z502 (MLS); Z510 and 6 credits of ILS courses (MIS)

**Prior to the Fall 2013 semester, courses had the designation SLIS-S.

Course Syllabi:

This course was known as L643: Evaluation of Information Systems prior to the Fall 2007 semester.