Academic Regulations for the Master's Programme in Library and Information Science

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1 Academic Regulations f the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science The 2013 Regulations RSLIS Faculty of Humanities University of Copenhagen

2 Contents Chapter 1. Legal Basis and Affiliation... 3 Chapter 2. Objectives and Structure Prescribed Duration and Scope of Study Objectives of the Degree Programme Title... 3 Chapter 3. Admission Requirements and Enrolment Admission Requirements Enrolment... 4 Chapter 4. Study Technique Conditions Reading Texts in Feign Languages The Standard Page Concept Ability to Spell and Express Oneself... 5 Chapter 5. Professional Profile Competence Profile of the Graduate... 5 Chapter 6. Structure of the Degree Programme Structure of the Master's Programme The Central Subject's Modules Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions Interactive Dissemination Spaces System Evaluation and User Studies Infmation Organising Processes Dissemination of Culture by Cultural Institutions Innovative Communication of Culture Knowledge Media and Digitality Knowledge and Infmation in Organisations Scholarly Communication Knowledge Culture and Critique Elective Module Type Elective Module Type Elective Module Type 3: Credit-earning Internship (wk-related project collabation) Thesis Chapter 7. General Examination Regulations and Assessment Criteria General Examination Regulations Assessment Criteria Chapter 8. Study Activity and Completion of the Degree Programme Study Activity Completion of the Degree Programme Chapter 9. Credit Transfer and Interim Provisions Credit Transfer Interim Provisions Chapter 10. Effective Date, Exemptions and Approval Effective Date Exemptions Approval

3 Chapter 1. Legal Basis and Affiliation The Academic Regulations f the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science, the 2013 Regulations, are laid down in accdance with: Section 24 of Ministerial Order no. 814 of 29 June 2010 on Bachel's and Master's Degree Programmes at the Universities (the Degree Programme Order), Section 27 of Ministerial Order no. 857 of 1 July 2010 on Examinations and External Examination in University Degree Programmes (the Examinations Order), and Section 38 of Ministerial Order no. 233 of 24 March 2011 on Admissions etc. to Bachel's and Master's Degree Programmes at Danish Universities (the Admissions Order). The Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science belongs under the Study Board f the Royal School of Library and Infmation Science (RSLIS) and the External Examiners' Cps f the RSLIS. Chapter 2. Objectives and Structure 1. Prescribed Duration and Scope of Study The Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science is a 2-year full-time course prescribed to comprise 120 ECTS credits. It consists of constituent modules wth 90 ECTS credits including the final thesis, and elective Master's modules wth 30 ECTS credits. (2). ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits indicate the standard wkload prescribed f completion of an educational programme. 60 ECTS credits crespond to one year's full-time study, which is equivalent to 1,650 hours of wk. 2. Objectives of the Degree Programme The objective of the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science is to educate graduates who can contribute to the development and solution of complex issues in society within library and infmation science. The degree programme focuses on interaction between people, IT, infmation and culture. It focuses particularly on analysis and methodology combined with scientific and practical competences within infmation architecture and system design, user studies, cultural dissemination and knowledge production and communication. Graduates qualify to wk widely within different sects, including public and private enterprises and ganisations, as well as institutions that disseminate culture, e.g. museums, libraries and archives. The Master's programme's theetical and methodological foundation enables graduates independently to analyse, relate and place specific problems in perspective across society's different sects. The integration of library and infmation science in the degree programme contributes to the graduates' understanding and perspectivisation of practical and scientific issues, to the development of products and to the solution and dissemination of infmation, knowledge and culture. On this basis, the Master's programme is to expand s' professional knowledge, skills and independence and increase their theetical and methodological qualifications and competences in relation to the Bachel's level. The degree programme is also to give s the opptunity to carry out in-depth studies through the use of advanced modules within the subject's disciplines and methods, including training in scientific wk and methodology. 3. Title Graduates from the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science are entitled to use the title Kandidat i Infmationsvidenskab og kulturfmidling (cand.scient.bibl.). The equivalent title awarded in English is Master in Library and Infmation Science. 3

4 Chapter 3. Admission Requirements and Enrolment 4. Admission Requirements A Bachel's degree in Library and Infmation Science from the RSLIS at the University of Copenhagen gives the right to enrolment in the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science in immediate continuation of the completed Bachel's programme. (2). Students with a Bachel's degree in Library and Infmation Science from the RSLIS can be enrolled f the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science. (3). Students who have completed one of the following Danish Bachel's degree programmes can be enrolled f the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science: A) Library Science and Knowledge Communication (University of Southern Denmark) B) Digital Media and Design (IT University of Copenhagen) C) Film and Media Studies (University of Copenhagen) D) Human Centered Infmatics (Aalbg University) E) Infmation Studies (University of Southern Denmark) F) Infmation Studies (Aarhus University) G) Communication and IT (University of Copenhagen) (4). Students with a degree of at least Bachel's level that includes a minimum of 45 ECTS credits f infmation science, media science cultural science modules may be enrolled subject to the assessment of the Study Board. (5). Applicants who do not meet the above admission requirements, but who are individually assessed by the Study Board to have cresponding educational qualifications may apply f enrolment. The Study Board may lay down requirements f applicants to pass supplementary tests in der to be admitted to the programme. (6). Students with a feign admission basis and feign students who wish to follow the programme in Danish must pass the Study Test befe studies commence. (7). As regards students with a feign admission basis and feign students who wish to follow the programme in English, the Study Board may lay down requirements about documented language qualifications, e.g. by means of recognised language tests. (8). Subsections (1) (5) indicate the der of priity. If there are me applicants than available places within the qualifying degree programmes mentioned in (1) (5), applicants with the highest academic marks will be preferred. 5. Enrolment Students who are enrolled f the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science as of 1 September 2013 later are covered by the present Academic Regulations and the rights and obligations that are established f the degree programme. Also see Section 17: Interim Provisions and Section 18: Effective Date. It is 's enrolment that gives him/her the right to attend examinations in relation to the degree programme. The student alone is responsible f being crectly enrolled. Chapter 4. Study Technique Conditions 6. Reading Texts in Feign Languages Students are required to read academic texts in English within all modules in the degree programme. 7. The Standard Page Concept A standard page in connection with specification of texts and submission of written papers, including the thesis, cresponds to 2,400 characters incl. spaces, unless otherwise stated. When 4

5 calculating the extent of written papers, notes are included, whereas front page, literature list and appendices are not. (2). When specifying and submitting mathematical technical texts, a standard page cresponds to 1,200 characters incl. spaces. 8. Ability to Spell and Express Oneself At the assessment of written papers, including the thesis, whether written in Danish in a feign language, 's ability to spell and express himself/herself (as documented in the presented perfmance) must be included in the overall assessment of the relevant perfmance, however, so that highest imptance is assigned to the academic content. If the ability to spell and express oneself is given a particular focus, this is stated in relation to the individual subject module in Section 11. Chapter 5. Professional Profile 9. Competence Profile of the Graduate Competence description Masters in Library and Infmation Science have a solid theetical and methodological foundation, which enables them to analyse and solve complex problems in relation to infmation, knowledge and culture independently and creatively. Graduates have also acquired competences in developing solutions that promote the dissemination of infmation, knowledge and culture. Competence objectives A Master in Library and Infmation Science acquires the following specific competences: Knowledge Knowledge within library and infmation science, which in selected areas is based on the most advanced international research within a subject area. Ability to understand and on a scientific basis reflect on the subject area's knowledge and be able to identify scientific issues. Skills Mastery of the subject area's scientific methods and tools and mastery of general skills related to employment within the subject area. Ability to assess and choose from among the subject area's scientific theies, methods, tools and general skills, and on a scientific basis establish new analysis and solution models. Ability to disseminate research-based knowledge within library and infmation science and discuss professional and scientific issues with peers and non-specialists alike. Competences Ability to control wk and development situations that are complex, unpredictable and which require new solution models. Ability to launch and complete academic and interdisciplinary collabation and accept a professional responsibility independently. Ability to take independent responsibility f own professional development and specialisation. Chapter 6. Structure of the Degree Programme 10. Structure of the Master's Programme The Master's programme consists of modules within the central subject supplemented with elective Master's modules. The following types of modules are included in the Master's programme: Compulsy, constituent module Constituent elective modules 5

6 Elective modules within the elective Master's module Master's thesis (2). The modules within the central subject must amount to a total of 60 ECTS credits. The module Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions is compulsy f all students and is placed in 's first semester. In addition to this, must choose a number of modules from at least one of three specialisations: Infmation Architecture and User Studies Culture, Media and Digitality Knowledge Production and Processes There are three constituent elective modules under each specialisation. The student must choose at least two constituent elective modules wth a total of 30 ECTS credits within the chosen specialisation. The student must choose his/her specialisation no later than the beginning of the student's 3 rd semester. The student can choose a third constituent elective module within the same specialisation a constituent elective module within another specialisation. (3). The elective Master's module counts f 30 ECTS credits in the fm of an elective module. The elective Master's module can be outside the central subject, but must be within the central subject. (4). The elective Master's module can be replaced by a fourth constituent elective module from one of the specialisations to an extent of max.. (5). Depending on the offer of elective modules, it may be decided that the elective module can only be followed during the 2 nd 3 rd semester. (6). As f the elective Master's module, students may choose a project collabation (creditearning internship) in a business to an extent of. The project collabation cannot take place until 's 2 nd semester at the earliest. (7). The thesis, which must account f 30 ECTS credits, concludes the degree programme. The thesis must be prepared within the chosen specialisation. (8). The offer and number of constituent elective modules, and the offer of elective modules depend on the number of students enrolled f the Master's programme. (9). Modules in the Master's programme may be offered in Danish in English. (10). Each semester, the RSLIS will issue a list of the offer of constituent elective modules f the coming two years. Examples of courses of study within the Master's Programme in Library and Infmation Science are shown in the following overviews: Example of course of study within specialisation A: Infmation Architecture and User Studies Semester Module (programme part) Module (module type) Examination regulations 1. Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions Interactive Dissemination Spaces Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions (compulsy, constituent Interactive Dissemination Spaces (constituent elective External 2. System Evaluation and User Studies System Evaluation and User Studies (constituent elective 6

7 Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 1 (elective subject within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other examination fms) 3. Infmation Organising Processes Other constituent elective module within specialisation B: Culture, Media and Digitality specialisation C: Knowledge Production and Processes Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (credit-earning internship) Infmation Organising Processes (constituent elective Other constituent elective module within specialisation B: Culture, Media and Digitality specialisation C: Knowledge Production Elective module type 1 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module types 1 and 2: Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other examination fms) Elective module type 3: 4. Thesis 30 ECTS credits Thesis (constituent and compulsy) 30 ECTS credits, followed by al examination External 7

8 Example of course of study within specialisation B: Culture, Media and Digitality Semester Module (programme part) Module (module type) Examination regulations 1. Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions Dissemination of Culture by Cultural Institutions Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions (compulsy, constituent Dissemination of Culture by Cultural Institutions (constituent elective External 2. Innovative Communication of Culture Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Innovative Communication of Culture (constituent elective Elective module type 1 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other examination fms) 3. Knowledge Media and Digitality Other constituent elective module within specialisation A: Infmation Architecture specialisation C: Knowledge Production Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (credit-earning internship) Knowledge Media and Digitality (constituent elective Other constituent elective module within specialisation A: Infmation Architecture specialisation C: Knowledge Production Elective module type 1 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module types 1 and 2: Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other 8

9 examination fms) Elective module type 3: 4. Thesis 30 ECTS credits Thesis (constituent and compulsy) 30 ECTS credits, followed by al examination External Example of course of study within specialisation C: Knowledge Production and Processes Semester Module (programme part) Module (module type) Examination regulations 1. Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions Knowledge and Infmation in Organisations Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions (compulsy, constituent Knowledge and Infmation in Organisations (constituent elective External 2. Scholarly Communication Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Scholarly Communication (constituent elective Elective module type 1 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other examination fms) 3. Knowledge Culture and Critique Other constituent elective module within specialisation A: Infmation Architecture specialisation B: Culture, Media and Digitality Knowledge Culture and Critique (constituent elective Other constituent elective module within specialisation A: Infmation Architecture specialisation C: Knowledge Production 9

10 Elective module type 1 2 x Elective module type 2 2 x 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (credit-earning internship) Elective module type 1 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module type 2 (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Elective module type 3 (elective module within the elective Master's Elective module types 1 and 2: Active participation in classes Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student Set written paper Passed / Not passed (in relation to active participation in classes) (in relation to other examination fms) Elective module type 3: 4. Thesis 30 ECTS credits Thesis (constituent and compulsy) 30 ECTS credits, followed by al examination External 11. The Central Subject's Modules Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Infmation and cultural studies as an interdisciplinary research field. Central concept and they fmation within infmation and cultural studies. skills in: Defining and describing selected concepts, traditions theies within infmation and cultural studies. Assessing selected concepts, traditions theies and their mutual relations. competences in: Discussing and analysing concepts, traditions and theies in scientifichistical and scientific-theetical contexts. Analysing and reflecting on the significance and influence of concepts, traditions and theies within infmation and cultural studies. Infmation and Cultural Studies Theies and Traditions (compulsy, constituent Academic objectives The examinee is able to: Argue comprehensively and critically f positions within infmation and cultural studies theies and traditions. 10

11 Assess and independently analyse the concepts, traditions and theies of infmation and cultural studies. Generate ideas in the interplay between concepts, theies and traditions within infmation and cultural studies. Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching, lectures and student presentations Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Interactive Dissemination Spaces Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: The concept of interactive dissemination spaces, including behaviour related to digital, physical, social and cultural dissemination spaces. Theies/models and methods f studies and investigation of interactive dissemination spaces. skills in: Identifying interactive dissemination spaces and comparing, discussing and explaining interactive dissemination spaces in relation to associated research areas and/ traditions. Reflecting on central theies/models and methods f studies and investigation of interactive dissemination spaces. Assessing suitable methods, and combinations of these, f studies and investigation of interactive dissemination spaces. competences in: Preparing/designing surveys f studies and investigation of interactive dissemination spaces. Conducting various types of studies and investigations of interactive dissemination spaces. Interactive Dissemination Spaces (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to: Give an account of interactive dissemination spaces and discuss the concept in relation to associated research areas and/ traditions. Assess suitable theies/models and methods f studies and 11

12 investigation of interactive dissemination spaces. Conduct various types of studies and investigations of interactive dissemination spaces independently. Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions E.g. class teaching, lectures, student presentations and wkshops Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. System Evaluation and User Studies Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Different types of evaluation and evaluation approaches. Central concepts and models f infmation behaviour and search/retrieval and the related processes and functions, as well as methods f studying the same. skills in: Reflecting on central models and methods f the study of infmation behaviour and search/retrieval as well as the associated processes and functions. Evaluating applicable methods, and a combination of these, f the study/evaluation of system perfmance and infmation behaviour including evaluation of interactive infmation retrieval systems. Identifying and comparing central evaluation concepts and methods f system evaluation and user studies, and to assess and validate evaluation results in relation to given circumstances. competences in: Preparing/designing surveys f the study/evaluation of system perfmance and infmation behaviour including evaluation of interactive infmation retrieval systems. Conducting various types of system evaluation and user studies. System Evaluation and User Studies (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to: Give an account of different types of evaluation and evaluation approaches. 12

13 Assess suitable methods, and combinations of these, f studies/evaluation of system perfmance and infmation behaviour. Conduct various types of system evaluation and user studies independently. Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions E.g. class teaching, lectures, student presentations and wkshops Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Infmation Organising Processes Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Different types of metadata systems, including knowledge-ganising systems. Theies and methods in relation to metadata systems and knowledgeganising systems and processes. Automatic and intellectual indexing systems. skills in: Reflecting on central models and methods in relation to knowledgeganising systems. Assessing suitable methods, and combinations of these, f studies/evaluation of metadata systems and knowledge-ganising systems in relation to the system's context. Exemplifying the use of knowledge-ganising systems in different types of infmation systems. competences in: Preparing/designing a metadata system. Conducting an evaluation of a knowledge-ganising system, including automatic and intellectual indexing. Infmation Organising Processes (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to: Give an account of different types of metadata systems, including knowledge-ganising systems and their application in different types of infmation systems. 13

14 Assess suitable methods f evaluation of a knowledge-ganising system. Prepare/design a metadata system independently, with due regard f the complexity of the knowledge-ganising system. Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions E.g. class teaching, lectures, student presentations and wkshops Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Dissemination of Culture by Cultural Institutions Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: The cultural sect, its institutions and ganisation, histically and currently. Cultural they, ganisation they and cultural politics. Knowledge and cultural dissemination in different cultural domains. Cultural institutions' knowledge-ganising practices. skills in: Analysing the interplay between societal, cultural and institutional development. Analysing specific examples of cultural dissemination and knowledgeganising practices. competences in: Developing theetically based models f analysis of cultural institutions that disseminate culture. Dissemination of Culture by Cultural Institutions (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to Characterise and discuss comprehensively and critically, and on a theetical basis, significant issues in relation to institutions that disseminate culture and their dissemination practice. Analyse and assess independently, on a scientific-methodological basis, specific examples of institutions that disseminate culture and their dissemination practice. 14

15 Reflect on and argue f theetical, histical societal positions of significance to the cultural sect and its institutions. Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching with cases, field studies and student presentations Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Innovative Communication of Culture Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Different fms of innovative culture communication associated with the cultural sect and its institutions. The social and cultural background f communication initiatives within the cultural sect. Communication-related potentials related to e.g. user involvement, establishment of new netwks, entrepreneurship and expressive culture communication. skills in: Analysing the social and cultural background f innovative communication of culture initiatives. Applying relevant theies to assess different fms of culture communication. competences in: Conducting independent analyses and assessments of specific examples of culture communication on a scientific-methodological basis. Developing strategies f innovative communication in the cultural sect. Innovative Communication of Culture (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to Give an account, on a critical and theetical basis, of different fms of communication within the cultural sect and its institutions. Conduct independent analyses and assessments of specific examples of culture communication on a scientific-methodological basis. Develop strategies f communication within the cultural sect on a scientific-methodological basis. 15

16 Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching, group discussions, presentations, excursions Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Knowledge Media and Digitality Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: The role of the media in the infmation society. Digitisation of the media. Digitality and media theies in relation to knowledge and culture communication. skills in: Identifying and analysing different media's functionality and use of digitality. Applying relevant media theies to analyse specific media productions. Analysing, comparing and problematising media on a histical and theetical basis. competences in: Assessing and evaluating digitally presented knowledge and culture communication. Knowledge Media and Digitality (constituent elective Academic objectives Teaching and wk fms The examinee is able to Apply theetical and analytical knowledge about communication via digital media and traditional media in a digital context. Give a comprehensive and critical account of theies about media and digitality. Discuss and compare different theies within media and digitality. Identify and analyse the use of media and digitality f learning purposes. Assess and discuss digitality critically, including the significance f new and old media. Class teaching and plenary discussions 16

17 Examination regulations Special provisions Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Knowledge and Infmation in Organisations Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Organisations' structure, culture and processes. The scientific-histical and scientific-theetical background of ganisationtheetical concepts and theies. The interplay between ganisations and their cultural and institutional surroundings, and ganisations' complex interaction with users and stakeholders. skills in: Describing selected theies, methods and traditions within the ganisationtheetical field. Analysing knowledge and infmation practices in and between ganisations. competences in: Discussing ganisation-theetical concepts and theies in scientifichistical and scientific-theetical contexts. Contributing to the elabation of action plans with a view to developing an ganisation's knowledge and infmation practice. Analysing knowledge processes, including knowledge sharing and control, both externally and internally. Knowledge and Infmation in Organisations (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to Give an account, in a reflecting way, of selected theies, methods and traditions within the ganisation-theetical field. Discuss independently ganisation theies and their significance f analyses of the ganisation's knowledge and infmation practices. Analyse independently knowledge processes and ganisations' knowledge and infmation practice, and to assess their political, institutional and cultural implications. Participate in the elabation of action plans within the ganisation's knowledge and infmation practice and its knowledge sharing and control. 17

18 Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching, lectures and field studies Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Scholarly Communication Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Scientific-sociological directions and fundamental concepts. Different sects' and domains' knowledge production, including social sects and research traditions and fields as well as the interplay between these sects and their publication patterns and document fms. Central models, research approaches and methods f studying scholarly communication. skills in: Describing selected theies, methods and traditions within the scientificsociological field. Analysing evidence-based knowledge production. Analysing how knowledge production is communicated. competences in: Discussing scientific-sociological concepts in relation to specific issues associated with scholarly communication. Planning and conducting empirical analyses of knowledge production and its cycle. Scholarly Communication (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to Give an account, in a reflecting way, of scientific-sociological directions and fundamental concepts and their significance f knowledge production and its application and impact. Prepare and conduct independently empirical analyses of knowledge production and its subsequent application and impact. Reflect on the theetical and methodological strengths and weaknesses of his/her own and others' analyses of knowledge production and scholarly communication. 18

19 Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching, lectures and field studies Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Knowledge Culture and Critique Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: Social and cultural relations in different domains' knowledge fms. Authity, critique and practice fms in different knowledge cultures. Digitisation and mediasation of the knowledge society's institutions. skills in: Analysing different players' competence profiles within a knowledge-cultural practice. Preparing knowledge-critical analyses of the interplay between the knowledge society's institutions and mediatised knowledge consumption and communication. competences in: Using knowledge critique as a reflection on a knowledge culture's production, communication and acquisition practice. Planning and conducting studies of the interplay between communication, acquisition and use of different knowledge fms in different knowledge cultures, including of the interplay between knowledge, media and players. Knowledge Culture and Critique (constituent elective Academic objectives The examinee is able to: Give a comprehensive and critical account of relations between different domains' knowledge fms. Give a comprehensive and critical account of authity, critique and practice fms in different knowledge cultures. Analyse players' competence profiles in knowledge-cultural practices. Plan and conduct studies of the interplay between knowledge, media and players. Reflect critically on the knowledge society's institutions, their roles and their significance f knowledge consumption and communication. 19

20 Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations Special provisions Class teaching, presentations and field studies Examination fm: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. The student's ability to spell and express himself/herself is included in the overall assessment with a weighting of 10 %. Elective Modules The student has to choose elective modules wth 30 ECTS credits. Elective modules are offered as modules wth either (type 1) 7.5 ECTS credits (type 2). Another elective module option is a credit-earning internship wth (elective module type 3). Elective Module Type 1 Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: A specific subject within library and infmation science. Relevant theies and methods related to the module's theme. skills in: Identifying and outlining academic issues within library and infmation science and make these the object of independent analysis. Reflecting critically on theetical and methodological choices in relation to an academic issue. Expanding on and putting a chosen subject field within library and infmation science into perspective. competences in: Applying relevant theies and methods to a subject within library and infmation science. Communicating a scientifically studied issue. Elective Module Type 1 within Library and Infmation Science (elective module within the elective Master's 20

21 Academic objectives Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations The examinee is able to Delimit and deal with an issue within library and infmation science. Give an account of central theies of relevance to the chosen subject, independently and at a level that reflects in-depth knowledge and understanding of the subject's scientific methods. Consider own theetical and methodological choices critically. Communicate a scientifically studied issue. Class teaching and student presentations as well as lectures, wkshops fieldwk Examination fm: Active participation in classes, al presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by, written paper with subject chosen by set written paper Active participation in classes: Assessment fm: Passed / Not passed Marking fm: marking without co-examiner Examination language(s): Danish English Group examination: The examination can only be taken individually. Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student: Assessment fm: Examination language(s): Danish English Marking: marking Scope: 30 minutes incl. examiners' deliberations. 15 minutes f the examinee's case presentation and 10 minutes f dialogue between examiner and examinee. Material: The material is nmally a written presentation of max. 6 standard pages and/ an own production. The type of material is to be agreed with the examiner. The material must not have the character of a manuscript f the al presentation. Aids: The examinee is allowed to bring the submitted material along f the examination. Furtherme, the examinee may bring along a written outline f the al presentation. This must be max. 1 standard page and does not need to be submitted in advance. If such an outline is used, a copy must be given to both the examiner and the co-examiner at the beginning of the examination. No other aids are permitted. Group examination: The examination can only be taken individually. : Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. Set written paper: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking 21

22 Examination language(s): Danish English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 20 standard pages + 10 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. Special provisions The examination fm will be announced when a course is offered. The examination fm Active participation in classes involves a requirement that attends 80 % of the classes and complies with announced requirements about presentations and assignments during the course. If a student's active participation in classes is not approved, will be required to sit an examination of the fm set written paper. Elective Module Type ECTS credits Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: A specific subject within library and infmation science. Relevant theies and methods related to the module's theme. skills in: Identifying and outlining academic issues within library and infmation science and make these the object of independent analysis. Reflecting critically on theetical and methodological choices in relation to an academic issue. Expanding on and putting a chosen subject field within library and infmation science into perspective. competences in: Applying relevant theies and methods to a subject within library and infmation science. Communicating a scientifically studied issue. Elective Module Type 2 within Library and Infmation Science (elective module within the elective Master's 7.5 ECTS credits Academic objectives Teaching and wk fms The examinee is able to Delimit and deal with an issue within library and infmation science related subjects. Give an account of central theies of relevance to the chosen subject, independently and at a level that reflects in-depth knowledge and understanding of the subject's scientific methods. Consider own theetical and methodological choices critically. Communicate a scientifically studied issue. Class teaching and student presentations as well as lectures, wkshops fieldwk 22

23 Examination regulations Examination fm: Active participation in classes, al presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by, written paper with subject chosen by set written paper Active participation in classes: Assessment fm: Passed / Not passed Marking fm: marking without co-examiner Examination language(s): Danish English Group examination: The examination can only be taken individually. Oral presentation of a case with material, subject chosen by the student: Assessment fm: Examination language(s): Danish English Marking: marking Scope: 30 minutes incl. examiners' deliberations. 15 minutes f the examinee's case presentation and 10 minutes f dialogue between examiner and examinee. Material: The material is nmally a written presentation of max. 6 standard pages and/ an own production. The type of material is to be agreed with the examiner. The material must not have the character of a manuscript f the al presentation. Aids: The examinee is allowed to bring the submitted material along f the examination. Furtherme, the examinee may bring along a written outline f the al presentation. This must be max. 1 standard page and does not need to be submitted in advance. If such an outline is used, a copy must be given to both the examiner and the co-examiner at the beginning of the examination. No other aids are permitted. Group examination: The examination can only be taken individually. : Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 12 standard pages + 6 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. Set written paper: Assessment fm: Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish English Scope: The examination may be taken individually as a group examination with max. 5 participants and individual assessments. The scope of the assignment is max. 12 standard pages + 6 standard pages per student in addition to one. Each student's contribution must be a complete whole, which is identified and can be assessed on its own. The participants' joint contribution must not exceed 50 % of the entire length of the paper. Special provisions The examination fm will be announced when a course is offered. The examination fm Active participation in classes involves a requirement 23

24 that attends 80 % of the classes and complies with announced requirements about presentations and assignments during the course. If a student's active participation in classes is not approved, will be required to sit an examination of the fm set written paper. Elective Module Type 3: Credit-earning Internship (wk-related project collabation) Competence objectives f the module The objective of the module is to provide with knowledge and understanding of: A specific subject within library and infmation science. Relevant theies and methods related to the module's theme. skills in: Identifying and outlining academic issues within library and infmation science and make these the object of independent analysis. Reflecting critically on theetical and methodological choices in relation to an academic issue. Expanding on and contextualising a chosen subject field within library and infmation science. competences in: Applying relevant theies and methods to a subject within library and infmation science. Communicating a scientifically studied issue. Applying application-ientated practical experience from the library and infmation field of wk. Elective Module Type 3: Credit-earning Internship (elective module within the elective Master's Academic objectives Teaching and wk fms Examination regulations The examinee is able to Apply theetical and methodological knowledge in practice in relation to a practical issue a practical, academic field of wk. Identify and outline specific, practical academic issues within the library and infmation science field of wk. Propose solutions in relation to the specific, practical academic issue based on an independent analysis. Apply relevant theies and methods to an issue within the library and infmation science field of wk. Communicate solution proposals in relation to a specific, practical academic issue within the library and infmation science field of wk. Project collabation and internship Examination fm: Assessment fm: Passed / Not passed Marking fm: marking Examination language(s): Danish and English 24

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