WISE Summer 2020
- March 6th: Courses posted
- March 6th – March 20th: Students may apply to be WISE participants for Summer 2020 by filling out the WISE course request form
- March 20th: Form closes
- March 21st: Students notified
|Course Title||Host University||Course Number||Instructor||Additional Information|
Introduction to the systems approach to the design and development of information systems. Methods and tools for the analysis and modeling of system functionality (e.g., structured analysis) and data represented in the system (e.g., object-oriented analysis) are studied.
|UNC Chapel Hill||UNCCH-INLS582||Mazur, Lukasz||3 credit hours|
|Museum Collection Development
This course will cover the essential elements of the management of musuem collections including collection policy, legal and ethical concerns, artifact handling, documentation, information management, preservation, exhibition and access. Museum collections that will be student include collections of art, history, natural history, science and moving image/multimedia. Course topics will be demonstrated through videos, discussions, case-studies, reading, and various activities. Assignments include researching various topics and discussing them in online forums, a research paper about preservation, a museum exhibit evaluation, creating an online collection record through E-Hive, and two exams. Field trip to a museum exhibit is required.
|Queens College||QC-LBSCI7903A||Stumm, Carey||3 credit hours|
The course will examine the ethical implications of decisions made within various organizational contexts regarding issues such as property ownership, strategy formulation, the utilization of computer technology, employee relations, accountability, conflicts of interest, as well as other topics relevant to today’s managers. Participants will examine the ethical implications of cases at the individual, organizational, and societal levels. The course will assist professionals to clarify and apply their own moral standards and ethical norms, beliefs, and values to unfamiliar, complex situations in which the appropriate application of these values may not be obvious. The course makes no effort to dictate what is “right,” “proper,” and “just” – that is left to the individual’s own moral standards of behavior and ethical systems of belief.
|Simmons||SI-LIS-475-OL||Hussey, Lisa||3 credit hours|
WISE applications for summer semester are now closed.