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This class uses a constructionist approach. This approach proposes that people learn more by taking charge of their learning by doing practical things such as teaching, than by receiving content. Throughout the course, you have engaged in several activities designed so you can produce your own content. You have participated in discussions and assignments in which you have explained and contextualized key Information Science concepts.
For the final assignment, you will build upon that work (i.e., your posts, graphics, discussions, etc.) to create a booklet about information science.
The booklet should be an introduction to Information Science for people with the same background as you. Think of it as “Information Science for Dummies” type of book for people in your field (social/digital media) Another way to think about it is to write it for yourself three months ago. The important thing is it is an introduction to the field but contextualized for you and your peers.
Why a booklet? Because aside from learning by teaching, this booklet can be a reference document that you can share and use for other classes or at work.
Create a booklet introducing Information Science for someone in your field.
Cite your sources
easy to read and navigate. Make it appealing.
Use proper grammar
what is it? What is the difference between Information, Data, and Knowledge)
what is Science?
what is Information Science?
situating Information Science in ____________ (Your field. E.g. medicine, transportation, etc.)
Information Science and Humans
Information Literacy, why does it matter and how to achieve it.
Information Science and Organizations
Information Processing and Visualization
Information and Society
What is Big Data and what is its relation to Social Networks and Data Science?
What is the role of Information Science in Society?
What is information policy?
What are some of the most critical policy issues for ________ (your field)
A reflection of Information Science and your career.
· Makes a connection with historical foundations of Information Science
· Articulates ways in which theoretical and conceptual principles and techniques function in information science and technology.
· Describe the social, political, and cultural aspects of information and technology.
· Communicate ideas effectively in its intended contexts.
· Address all the topics appropriately.
· Incorporates the readings to either be refuted or to support the booklet’s main arguments. · Incorporates and improves on the work done through the semester.
Organization, Grammar, Sentence Structure, and Presentation
· It follows the structure provided and adhered to instructions.
· Has a clear introduction, main body sections, and conclusions.
· Presents information in a logical, interesting sequence and it is easy to follow
· Does not have any grammatical errors
· Everything is properly cited
· The format demonstrates an understanding of information visualization and presentation.