Information Organization University of Tsukuba
In this lecture, students will learn about organizing to utilize various information resources efficiently. They learn about information resource analysis and its metadata description, classification and identification methods, targeting information resources that are mainly provided and shared via a network such as WWW or digital library. This lecture also discusses practical metadata descriptions such as Linked Open Data, schema definitions, and ontologies using RDF Schema, OWL, SKOS, etc. for description. In addition, as methods of record identification for electronic information resources, the course explains the identification method using appropriate identifier, data cleaning and automatic identification method.
This lecture aims to know about information organization and to be able to discuss the issues.
Qualitative research competence, System expertise, Resource expertise
Assignments will be given based on course objectives and graded by the following policy. Reports (100%) Evaluation criteria of reports are the level of achievement (to what extent the assignment requirement is satisfied) and accuracy (how accurately a report is written). The requirement for obtaining the credit is to achieve a 60% or higher score for the assignments given by each lecturer. The grade (A+ ~ C) is given based on the score for the assignments.
(1) Overview of information organization (Kato, Takaku, Nagamori)* (2) Metadata (Nagamori) (3) Schema (Nagamori) (4) Ontology (Nagamori) (5) Identifiers (Kato) (6) Identification of information resources (Kato) (7) Cataloging (Takaku) (8) Authority control (Takaku) (9) Classification (Takaku) (10) Summary and discussion (Kato, Takaku, Nagamori)* *: Online (Synchronous) (the others will be held in-person)
Online Course Requirement
== Online course style and tools == Microsoft Teams is used for Online (Synchronous) lectures. In addition, Microsoft Teams is used for Q&A. == Assignment details == Each lecturer will give assignments on their lecture contents. The assignments should be submitted at manaba.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Takaku Masao,Kato Makoto
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com
Link to the syllabus provided by the university