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Course Description This course introduces students to the use of information technology (IT) and management information systems (MIS) within today’s fast-paced, dynamic, and global business environment. The Goal The main goal of this course is to enable students to understand the role of the Information Technology and Information Management Systems in supporting organizations to effectively use information systems in a dynamic business environment.
2015-2016
  
This course aims to introduce student to basics of information retrieval to introduce. The course will cover models; Boolean, vector space and probabilistic for information retrieval, techniques for indexing and searching, and algorithms for classification and clustering. Web searching and search engines as subjects of growing importance in the world of information retrieval will be addressed.
2015-2016
  
Introduction to Visual Basic and Visual Studio environment: Controls, components, wizard; Language constructs and structures: Variables, assignment, arithmetic, selection, repetition, arrays, functions; Advanced controls: Frames, Labels, Boxes and others.
2015-2016
  
Information technology basics; components, computer hardware: memory, CPU, machine cycle. Numbering system: decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal, operations, data representation, coding. Communications and networks multimedia, E-business, system software and applications, information system: analysis and development, problem solving: algorithm, flowchart, pseudo code. The application of information technology in different contexts, such as in library, in health, in computer and in business. The Goal The main goal of this course is to enable students to understand the basics of Information Technology and its role in their daily application.
2015-2016
  
The course discusses the digital library: its aims and characteristics, electronic publishing, digital / electronic information sources and development, management of digital / electronic information sources; services andThe course discusses the digital library: its aims and characteristics, electronic publishing, digital / electronic information sources and development, management of digital / electronic information sources; services and technical processes, functions of digital libraries and activities, digitization and digital storage, intellectual property, security of digital information sources, multimedia and applications, the Internet and digital libraries, the digital libraries National systemization, financing, staff training and development, local and universal models
2015-2016
  
Electronic publishing is intended to provide the students with knowledge in areas such as: design, publishing, technology and content production relevant to electronic publishing. Students will explore the tools of electronic communication, such as desktop publishing, web site design and Internet resources.
  
The course, Advanced Information Storage and Retrieval, is a core course for students studying towards acquiring the Master of Libraries and Information Science. In this course, we will learn about Information Storage and Retrieval as an important aspect of Information Systems. Various aspects of Information Storage and Retrieval are discussed in this course.
2015-2016