Informing Processes and Models: A Core Course in IS Curriculum

Dimitar Grozdanov Christozov, Stoyan Denchev, Stefka Toleva-Stoimenova
2009 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
Human-technology interaction is an essential issue to the field of Information Systems. The fast growing quantity of available data shifts emphasize to data presentation in a way to increase informing effectiveness and efficiency. To build such information services, the designers have to obtain broad understanding on the concepts, models and processes of informing science. The paper shares the experience of introducing a course "Informing Processes and Models" in SULSIT (State University of
more » ... e University of Library Studies and Information Technologies) as a core course for Information Brokerage major and elective for the two other IS related majors -Information Technology and Information Security. The experience obtained so far shows that the understanding of the informing science concepts, processes and different models improves IS design and implementation quality.
doi:10.28945/1049 fatcat:ep4h6u3orbe57ps4l26glf3uii