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SI 645 / SI 745 - Information Use in Communities

by Open Michigan
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Description:

This course provides an opportunity for students to examine information seeking and use in geographic communities. The course takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore: 1) selected community information needs & use situations (everyday life problem solving, community problem solving, citizenship, civic engagement and participation); 2) factors that influence community information use including the roles of community information organizations & institutions; 3) models of community information provision. The course starts with a brief historical introduction. Students will have opportunities to examine in more detail topics of especial interest to them.

Instructor: Joan C. Durrance

dScribe: Lauren Walker

Course Level: Graduate

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