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1 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 67 DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND LIBRARY SCIENCE Degrees Offered: B.A., M.A. Chair: Lin, Sinn-cheng ( 林 信 成 ) The Department The Department of Information and Library Science offers an undergraduate and a graduate program. The programs prepare students for careers in government, business, schools, libraries, information centers, and research institutions through training in the techniques and applications of library and information science as well as multimedia technology. Tamkang University Library, with its extensive collections in many subject areas, offers support to the teaching and research projects in library and information science. In addition, the programs in communications and media technology actively provide students with the capability to deal with multimedia related to digital libraries. The areas of specialization are library automation, library collections, information organization, bibliographic references, management of information systems, information retrieval, automated reference services, information systems resource management, bibliometrics, digital image processing, multimedia production, electronic publishing and the book trade. A number of assistantships are available for part-time employment in the library, the Department, and other units on campus. Faculty Professors Chiu, Jeong-yeou ( 邱 炯 友 ); Huang, Hong-chu ( 黃 鴻 珠 ) ; Lin, Sinn-cheng ( 林 信 成 ); Wang, Mei-yu ( 王 美 玉 ) Associate Professors Song, Sheue-fang ( 宋 雪 芳 ) ; Ouyang, Chung-jang ( 歐 陽 崇 榮 ) Assistant Professors Lai, Ling-ling ( 賴 玲 玲 ); Lin, Su-kan ( 林 素 甘 ); Lin, Wen-Yau ( 林 雯 瑤 ) ; Chang, Hsuan-Pu ( 張 玄 菩 ) Lecturer Ma, Shao-chuan ( 馬 少 娟 ) Degree Requirements 1. Requirements for a Bachelor degree of Arts: Completion of 139 credits of courses, including 90 credits of required courses and 49 credits of elective courses. 2. Requirements for a Master's degree of Arts: Completion of 26 credits of courses, including 4 credits of required courses and 22 credits of seminars. Students are also required to submit a written master's thesis completed under the supervision of a faculty member, and pass an oral examination. Course Descriptions Undergraduate Courses A0055 College and University Libraries (2/0): Topics covered in this course are: organization, housing, and maintenance of material collections; library budgeting; duties and services of the library staff; and the relation of the library to the university or college. A0067 School Libraries (0/2): Discussion of elementary and secondary school library problems, personnel requirements, budget planning, and design of facilities.

2 68 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS A0143 Public Library (2/0): This course focuses on the development of Chinese libraries and their current functions as educational and cultural institutions. Consideration is also given to public libraries' technical and reader services as a profession. A0561 Indexing and Abstracting (0/2): This course focuses on the following: Concepts of information and its bibliographic control, types of index and abstract, methods of indexing and abstracting relationship between information retrieval, evaluation for indexing and abstracting, indexing and abstracting services and automatic indexing and abstracting. A0716 Information Centers and Services (2/0): This course focuses on the organization and functions of scientific and technical information centers and their services. A0718 Information Storage and Retrieval (0/2): This course introduces to students the operations of information retrieval systems and the major factors affecting the performance of such systems. A0742 Library Management (2/2): This course discusses the application of current management theories and practices to the integrated library programs at all levels. A0980 Library Operation Evaluation (0/2): Topics of this course include: methods and criteria for evaluating various facets of library service, including the collection, the catalog, document delivery capability, reference services technical processes, and information retrieval operations; deals with costeffectiveness considerations. A1179 Literature of Humanities and Social Sciences (2/2): This course covers a variety of information resources in social sciences and humanities, and a study of library issues dealing with these subjects. A1180 Literature of Sciences and Technologies (2/2): This course studies the major information sources and services in sciences and technology. It offers a survey of the research and communications methods characteristic of these majors. A1216 Periodical Management (2/0): This course discusses basic step-by-step serials management, emphasizing the principles of collection development and public service, issues and practice. A1722 Multi-media Technology and Application (3/0): This course offers an introduction to the theory of multimedia systems, technology, and their applications. A1727 Library Internship I (1/1): This internship (a minimum of 6 hours per week) typically takes place in an elementary school library around communities. The focus of the internship is on collaboration with teachers and working with students to integrate information skills and technology skills into a standard-based curriculum and promote library literacy through School Library Programming. A1728 Library Internship II (1/1): Students will do their internship in different types of libraries during the summer time. The primary emphasis of this program will be practical works of library operation. A1729 Library Automation (2/2): This course focuses on the theory and practice of library automation operation and the integrated online library systems. The other automatic processing that affects services provided to users will be discussed in some detail. This class stresses the thinking and planning process, rather than programming and development of library systems. A1730 Network Resources and Applications (0/2): This course provides current, up-to-date remote and local learning resources for students interested in finding information on the Internet, especially for the World Wide Web. A1816 Children's Library (0/2): Students will learn the standards, trends, services, research, and evaluation of a children's library. An evaluation of library materials for children with a special

3 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 69 emphasis on service for children in school and public libraries will be discussed. Techniques for assisting in planning and carrying out reading programs and story hours will be covered as well. A1868 Publishing and Communication in the Book Trade (0/2): Publishing and book trade in the 21st century have become one of the main models of information communication. Either commercial or non-commercial publishing activities have made the knowledge communication more visible and efficient than ever before. Those factors involved in the publishing do not work in isolation, especially in the era of the Internet. Exploring contemporary attitudes and innovations, we see the connections between these factors which are made as often as possible. In order to provide students with a basic understanding of the development of publishing industry, our emphasis is on the publication as an integrated unit. A1925 Chinese Bibliography (2/0): This course introduces the function and format of Chinese traditional bibliography and a comparison of different bibliographies. A2000 Intellectual Property Rights (2/0): This course provides an introduction to the concepts of intellectual properties. An overview of copyright, patents, and trademarks is provided. The goal of this course is to provide an understanding in concepts that comprise intellectual property law, in order to enhance students expertise in a wide range of intellectual-property-related fields. A2012 Research Methods and Writing (0/2): This course gives an introduction to the methods and procedures of research and the techniques of research writing. A2190 Government Information and Publishing (0/2): Topics of this course include: the nature and use of public documents from the national and local governments, international bodies, and selected foreign countries. A2308 Statistics for Library Science (0/3): This course offers an introduction to the descriptive and inferential statistics in information and library science study; fundamental statistical concepts and analytical methods, including measures of central tendency, measures of variability, correlation, tests, and so on. A2329 Statistics Analysis and Decision Making (3/0): This course emphasizes data analysis and interpretation. Topics include analysis of variance, regression analysis, time-series forecasting and index numbers, decision tree, and so on. The software SPSS will be applied. A2359 Information Literacy ( 0/2 ) : This course will introduce students to the concepts of information literacy, discuss the relationship between information literacy and critical thinking, and present strategies to increase information literacy skills. A2418 Seminar on Marketing and P.R. (2/0): This course offers an introduction to marketing and public relations. It focuses on service marketing and issues related to non-profit organizations. A2428 Introduction to Digital Archives (2/0): This course discusses various issues of digital archives ranging from the definition to the evaluation of a digital archive project. Other related topics, including technical, legal and social issues, are also introduced to students in order for them to have an overview of the development of digital archiving. A2432 Information Organization (I) (2/2): This course studies the history, theory and practice of information organization of all materials (traditional and digitized) in the Chinese language. Topics for discussion include: descriptive cataloguing (Chinese Cataloguing Rule (CCR)), subject analysis (Chinese Classification system, Chinese Subject Heading), bibliographic structure (Chinese MARC Format) and bibliographic control (Authority MARC Format ). A2433 Information Organization (II) (2/2): This course studies the history, theory and practices of information organization, primarily in traditional and digital libraries. Students are introduced to the descriptive cataloguing and subject analysis of all types of library resources.

4 70 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS A2480 Project Management of Library (2/0): This course studies the project management theory, software, and how to apply it in library management. In the final report, students must use project management software and all the theories they have learned (e. g., Microsoft Project) to build a simulative project and present it in the last class. A2515 Medical Information Service (2/0): This course provides an introduction to the basic health information functions, services and systems in the medical libraries. Emphasis will be placed on the role of health information services in terms of access to and disclosure of health information. A2594 Business Information Service ( 2/0): This class introduces students to key business information sources and services, including bibliographic, statistical, and government-published sources for marketing, finance, management, accounting, economics, international business, and related fields. Pragmatic skills of business reference, competitive intelligence, collection development, training/instruction, and other services are explored. A2595 Introduction to Innovative Publishing Industry (2/0): Publishing industry is one of the mainstreams of the cultural and recreation industry. The study of publishing and the book trade can be of great help to librarianship and content/database providers.it makes librarians, publishers, and editors have a good understanding about their surroundings and acquisitions market. Nevertheless, the book publishing industry has been greatly influenced by IT industry. The aim of the course is to give students sufficient appreciation of the background and to examine the relationship between publishers, booksellers and libraries at a time of rapid change. Attention will also be given to the impact of electronic database publishing, and to the social and economic context of the book trade. A2596 Introduction to Information Architecture (0/2): This class introduces the student to key concepts and practices of information architecture (IA), including understanding IA within the broader context of librarianship, architecture and user experience, organization structures, labeling and taxonomies, interaction and interface design. Issues on planning, designing, developing, managing, and evaluating web resources are discussed. Practical skill of evaluating the content and technical aspects of existing informational, instructional, and promotional websites designed for libraries, schools, museums, and other organizations are explored. A2597 Digital Records Management (0/3): This course introduces the concept of digital records management. Digital records management includes many tasks and activities which surround the creation, maintenance and disposal of records. Records management is not only on theoretic but also on practical activities which support the goals and functions of an organization. The information system of record management will be discussed and operated. A2604 Library Collection Development (2/2): This course systematically deals with how to select and acquire all library materials, including purchase, gift and exchange, based on the collection development policy of a library. A2644 Media Resources Management (2/0): The course topics will cover the definition of media resources management, the category and characteristics, the origin and usage of a library, digitalization of media, collection development and management of a library, etc. A2691 Digital Storytelling in Libraries (2/0): The simplest definition of "Digital Storytelling in Libraries" for this class is "through making and arranging photos or videos, telling a touching story about libraries or bookstores. Through theme-based lectures and practices, students will understand the concepts and skills of digital storytelling, and be able to develop production skills through assignments of photo essays and a 3 to 5 minute-short film team work. A2692 Picture Book and Young Adult Literature (3/0): Through theme-based lectures, field trips, storytelling practice and reading various forms of children and young adult literature, including picture books, YA novels, and comic books, etc., students will get a basic understanding of concepts in this field, such as history and development, styles of significant authors and illustrators, awards and prizes, and production process of children and young adult books. Students are also expected to be able to do narrative and visual analysis of books when they finish this course.

5 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 71 A2694 Arrangement and Description of Archival Documents (2/0): This course is to provide students with the theoretical and methodological knowledge necessary for the followings: rules for archival arrangement, rules for archival description, and current issues and development of the arrangement and description of archival documents. In addition, students are encouraged to achieve mastery through a comprehensive practice of archival documents arrangement and description. A3395 Introduction to Library Networks and Information Communication (0/3): This course offers an introduction to library management, organizational structure, network communication, as well as for students to understand the problems and practice of an information retrieval system within the library. A3396 Data Organizations and Structures (2/0): This course focuses on data structures. The course highlights the application of library automation systems that apply the concepts and techniques of data structures. Linked lists, stacks, queues, binary trees, B-trees, hashing, and searching and sorting will be introduced. A3397 Introduction to Archival Studies (2/0): This course aims to introduce basic concepts of archival studies, including archives act, public archives, archival administration, collection development, appraisal, archival arrangement and description, archival digitalization, metadata and authority control, user education and exhibition, preservation, etc. A3399 Seminar in Digital Library (2/0): This course examines the principles and practices of building digital libraries from a socio-technical perspective, including major issues, concepts and trends. A3400 Information Systems Project (0/3): This course is an integrative and practical course. Students will be asked to develop a complete information system. Some techniques will be applied to the system that includes database, system analysis skill, programming language, GUI design (Flash/Web), etc. A3401 Studies on Reading (0/2): The course aims at a study that is sufficiently wide in scope to identify and describe the characteristics of the act of reading. Based on the needs of understanding the reading history and theory, the course designs a study to analyze the quality and level of reading activities. This will include considerations for reading program development, and alternative reading issues. A3406 Introduction to Librarianship and Information Science (2/0): Students will gain basic knowledge of library practices and their management, including the development, design and evaluation of library services at all levels. A3407 Reference Resources I (2/0): This course focuses on studying, identifying and reviewing the various types of Chinese reference resources. Students will learn how to use and value the importance of reference resources. A3415 Reference Resources II (0/2): This course systematically deals with various types of Western reference materials. As a follow-up to the course, assignments on specific types of reference materials are required. In addition, measures and concepts of reference service are given to provide comprehensive reference works. A3416 Reference Services (0/2): This course covers the theory and practice of reference services, interview tool, communication technique, and handling problem customers. E0675 Computer Programming ( 2/2) : This course systematically deals with the theory of computer language, programming and practical works in variant types of applications. E0941 Introduction to Data Base (2/0): The course covers database analysis and design, the properties of relational databases and the designing methods for developing the database management systems.

6 72 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS E1034 Introduction to Computers (2/2): This course offers an introduction to the fundamental concepts of computer and information theory, practice the advanced computer skills. E1039 Introduction to Computer Network (0/3): The course introduces the basic concepts of communication network, such as network protocols, network topology, wireless networks, mobile communications, and etc. It also covers advanced Internet skills and applications. M0400 Management Information System (0/2): This course introduces information management. It provides an overview of contemporary information systems, technology-computer, telecommunications and office systems management. The objective of this course is to help students understand contemporary IT topics, including supply chain management, customer relationship management, knowledge management, electronic commerce, etc. M1103 Knowledge Management (2/0): This course introduces knowledge management (KM). It offers an overview of a wide range of knowledge management techniques. The course not only discusses theory but also the best practices. The objective of this course is to help students understand the contemporary KM topics that include building block of knowledge management, defining knowledge goals, sharing and distributing knowledge, using knowledge, measuring knowledge, incorporating knowledge managements, etc. Master s Program A1381 Library Administration and Management (2/0): This course offers an introduction to library management theories, concepts, processes, and practices as well as designing, organizing, budgeting, controlling and reporting of library operations; techniques and methods of examining and evaluating personnel performance and staff development and training. A1865 Seminar in Archival Studies (2/0): The purpose of this course is to introduce the whole concepts about archival studies, including archives act, public archives, archival administration, collection development, appraisal, archival arrangement and description, archival digitalization, metadata and authority control, user education and exhibition, preservation, etc. A2089 Seminar on Information Behavior (0/3): This course explores many aspects related to information-seeking behavior. Information-seeking behavior is regarded as crucial for all information professionals since it has implications for system design, information service provision, and instruction. Information-seeking theories, methods, and user behaviors will be covered in order to gain an understanding of how different groups of people seek, gather and retrieve information in a variety of information environments. Information-seeking behavior draws on literature from library and information science, psychology, and communications. A2291 Reader Services (3/0) This course explores library collection, circulation and reference for the purpose of reader services, as well as the characteristics of the different patron group services. Librarians now must have a clear idea in mind about: the moral discipline of librarians, the education for users, information seeking behaviors of users, networking resources and interlibrary loans. A2326 Digital Publishing and Scholarly Communication (3/0): Digital publishing has become a new medium that will have a fundamental effect upon all areas of the book trade and publishing industry. However, the scope and issues of DP are too diversified to focus on the research/course schedule. This course, as the course title suggests, will focus on Scholarly Electronic Publishing ( SEP ) and on the development of scholarly communication, including course theme and introduction, scholarly journal system, journal crisis, academic e-books, and the emergence of SEP and editorial system as a solution to librarianship and the publishing industry of the scholarly community. A2354 Statistics for Information & Library Science (0/2): This course offers an introduction to the statistics application in information and library science study. The course focuses on multivariate analysis, such as ANOVA, MANOVA, Multiple Regression, Factor Analysis, Cluster Analysis, etc. Some tools like SPSS will be used.

7 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 73 A2490 Seminar on Digital Information Preservation (3/0): This course focuses on the methods of managing electronic resources efficiently, including the delivery of digital contents to end users and the management of the life-cycle related to electronic resources, such as acquisition, payment, licensing, archiving, preservation, convergence of different types of digital resources, and standards needed to facilitate the management of electronic resources. A2492 Electronic Resource Management (3/0): Electronic resources may have different forms, management of electronic resources and is becoming more distinct from print. This course provides a comprehensive coverage of the theories, methods, research and practices connected with provision and management of electronic resources. A2667 Digital Content Industry and Library (3/0): This course introduces various perspectives on digital content industry and library. The primary focus is to explore the elements in digital content industry, such as provider/customer, products, pricing, licensing, services, and technologies, as well as the relationship with library. Through lectures, reading and discussions, students will become familiar with various issues in the digital content industry and library. A2683 Seminar in Digital Marketing and Information Services (2/0): Two methods are adopted to gradually increase students marketing knowledge and techniques. The first method is using an informal seminar style that encourages students to discuss the foundational text concepts being taught. The second instills into more structured analytical techniques as a method for becoming proficient at market examining. Contemporary cases are extracted from the literature to analyze the e-marketing approaches for information services, while also improving critical thinking skills by applying text concepts. A3411 Health Sciences Information Sources and Services (0/2): This course focuses on medical libraries and knowledge-based information in the clinical and research setting. The course draws attention of prospective health information professionals to the nature of health and medical information, and the traditional and electronic means by which such information is organized, stored, and retrieved. A3422 Informetrics (0/2): This course aims to quantify, describe, and predict the processes of written communication. Topics include: scattering of the literature, growth of the literature, scholarly productivity, collaborative authorship, citation motivation, citation practice, citation problems, evaluation of journalized databases and obsolescence. A3560 Seminar on Children's Library Services (0/2): This course offers an advanced study of standards, trends, services, resources and evaluation of the children's library. It conducts an evaluation of library materials for children with a special emphasis on service for children in school and public libraries. Techniques for assisting in planning and carrying out of reading programs and story hours will also be covered in class. A3570 Qualitative Research Methods (0/3): This course introduces the characteristics, principles and process of qualitative research. Several data collection methods are also discussed. E1393 Knowledge Engineering ( 3/0 ) : This course offers an introduction to knowledge representations, knowledge organizations, semantic networks, topic maps, expert systems, inference engines and intelligent systems. T0081 Research Methodology (2/0): This course is designed to prepare postgraduate students for the performing of information and library science research. This includes identifying important research questions, critiquing research ideas and designs, planning and conducting substantive research investigations, and communicating research ideas and results.

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