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The Information School Movement: Building the Future of the Information Field : The Information School Movement: Building the Future of the Information Field Raymond F. von Dran Dean Slide 2: 19th and 20th Century Social Developments Social and Technological Changes Leading to Convergence Communication: Need for coordination: The vast republic and the railroad Business: Organizational Size and Complexity; New Organizational Structures; The Control Revolution; Systematic Management Library: Rise of the Modern University; The Public Library Movement Computation: Science’s Need for Computational Power, Business’ Need for Control Slide 3: 19th and 20th Century Technology Social and Technological Changes Leading to Convergence Communication: Telegraph Telephone Radio Film and Recordings Television The Internet Mobile Communications Slide 4: 19th and 20th Century Technology Social and Technological Changes Leading to Convergence Business: Typewriters Punched Cards Adding Machines Filing Systems Office Automation Management Information Systems Decision Support Systems e-business Slide 5: 19th and 20th Century Technology Social and Technological Changes Leading to Convergence Library: Card Catalogs Cataloging Standards Descriptive Cataloging Standards Subject Heading Authority Files Library Automation Information Retrieval Digital Libraries Slide 6: 19th and 20th Century Technology Social and Technological Changes Leading to Convergence Computation: Punched Cards Analog Computers Digital Computers Mainframe Computers Networked Computers Ubiquitous Computers Wireless Systems Slide 7: Convergent Elements in the Information Field People: Systems designed to suit people; People as the ultimate consumer of information; Decision Science Management: Putting Information to Work in business and government; The global marketplace Technology: Ubiquitous computing; Pervasive Computing; Wireless Systems; Digital Convergence Policy: The Need For Standards and Interoperability; The rise of intellectual property as product; Security Content: Retrieve it, store it, manage it! Content is “King” and Converging Slide 12: Schools of the LIS Tradition The Genesis of the Information Schools Syracuse University (1974): Uni-departmental School with multiple MS programs and one Ph.D. program Michigan (1996): Uni-departmental School with single multifaceted MS and one Ph.D. program P Pittsburgh (1999): Departmentalized School with multiple MS and multiple Ph.D. programs Slide 13: Schools of the CS Tradition The Genesis of the Information Schools Georgia Tech School of Computing (1990): Uni-departmental School with multiple degree programs & HCI strengths UC Irvine School of Computer and Information Science (1968/2002): Departmentalized School with roots in social informatics P Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science(1988): Departmentalized School with strengths in information policy Slide 14: The Phoenix Schools The Genesis of the Information Schools Penn State University School of Information Science and Technology (1999): Uni-departmentalized, multiple IST degrees between CS, MIS, and Social Informatics Indiana University School of Informatics (2000): Uni-departmentalized interdisciplinary school incorporating CS separate from the LIS school P University of Nevada at Los Vegas School of Information Technology (2001): Departmentalized joining existing departments including CS Librarianship Provides Enduring Values to an Emerging Field : Librarianship Provides Enduring Values to an Emerging Field People Service Learning Access Slide 16: Our Purpose: To extend human capabilities through information. School of Information StudiesVision and Mission Whatever we do, we do through information and for people. Through information we transform the individual, organizations, and society. Information technology and management processes are means and not ends. Our Points of Distinction: Slide 17: Inquiry Individuality Adaptability Unity Continuity Diversity School of Information StudiesCore Values Degree Programs : Degree Programs School of Information StudiesMaster’s Degrees : 1995-2000 : School of Information StudiesMaster’s Degrees : 1995-2000 Library Science Core (15 credits) Information Management Core (9 credits) Telecommunications & Network Management Core (18 credits) Intermediate and Advanced Graduate Courses (remaining credits) Master of Library Science (MLS / 36 credits) M.S. in Information Management (IRM / 42 credits) M.S. in Telecommunications & Network Management (TNM / 36 credits) Slide 20: M.S. in Information Management (IRM / 42 credits) M.S. in Telecommunications & Network Management (TNM / 36 credits) Master of Library Science (MLS / 36 credits) Information Management Core (12 credits) Telecommunications & Network Management Core (12 credits) Library Science Core (12 credits) Intermediate and Advanced Graduate Courses (remaining credits) Master’s Core Information and Information Environments (1 credit) Management Principles for Information Professionals (3 credits) Telecommunications and Information Policy (3 credit) School of Information StudiesMaster’s Degrees : 2000 + Master of Science inLibrary and Information Science : Master of Science inLibrary and Information Science Guiding Principles : Guiding Principles Preparing leaders for the profession Founded on principles, practices and values of librarianship Within context of interdisciplinary information school Opportunities to develop technological understanding and competencies in digital information One degree—delivered in on-campus and online formats Library Core : Library Core Information and Information Environments Management Principles for Information Professionals Survey of Telecommunications and Information Science Introduction to the Library and Information Profession Information Resources, Users and Services Information Resources, Organization and Access Library Systems and Processes Electives : Electives Chosen from across graduate curriculum Examples Collection development and access Online digital information retrieval Theory of classification and subject representation Information architecture for the Internet Digital libraries Business information resources and strategic intelligence Database administration concepts and database management Master of ScienceInformation Management : Master of ScienceInformation Management IM Core curriculum : IM Core curriculum Primary Core: Information and Information Environments Management Principles for Information Professionals Survey of Telecommunications and Information Policy Introduction to Information Management Slide 27: Secondary Core: (5) Management Approaches and Strategies Track: (2) Information Systems Analysis Managing Information Systems Projects Applied Economics for Information Managers IM Core curriculum Slide 28: Technological Infrastructure Track: (2) Distributed Computing for Information Professionals Introduction to Telecommunications and Network Management Data Administration Concepts and Database Management IM Core Curriculum Slide 29: User Information Needs Track: (1) Research Techniques for Information Management Information Architecture for Internet Services Motivational Aspects of Information Use Business Information Resources & Strategic Intelligence Theory of Classification and Subject Representation Behavior of Information Users Human Interaction with Computers Managers as Information Processors Instructional Strategies & Techniques for Information Professionals IM Core curriculum Master of ScienceTelecommunications and Network Management : Master of ScienceTelecommunications and Network Management TNM program focus : TNM program focus A degree that bridges management and technology and Policy Focus on understanding technology products and services, protocols and applications, industry economics and organizational dynamics TNM Core curriculum : TNM Core curriculum Information and Information Environments Management Principles for Information Professionals Survey of Telecommunications and Information Policy Introduction to Telecommunications and Network Management Techniques of Cost Modeling Telecommunication Systems Final Project (Cost modeling) Exposure to technology : Exposure to technology Labs: Center for Emerging Network Technologies Network Computing “Real World Labs” Center for Excellence in Broadband Applications E-commerce Lab Kodak Digital Imaging Lab Information Technology Experiential Learning Lab (ITELL) Slide 34: School of Information StudiesR & D Centers School of Information StudiesInterdisciplinary Centers : School of Information StudiesInterdisciplinary Centers The Future : The Future What are some of the challenges facing our field and society? Slide 37: The Challenges Grand Challenges for the Information Field Conscience Community P Control Quality The Information School Movement: Building the Future of the Information Field : The Information School Movement: Building the Future of the Information Field Raymond F. von Dran Dean

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