Social and Organizational Informatics
778 Seminar in Information Science
This course examines the various needs, uses, and consequences of
information in organizational contexts. It offers an introduction to the
inter-relationship between information, technology, and social behavior
from an interdisciplinary perspective. We will examine, through active
inquiry-based activities, in-depth discussion, and readings, the
question of “How do people relate to, seek, and use information?”
Topics include organizational theory and behavior and knowledge and
information management with a focus on understanding how to foster
innovation in an organizational setting. Course is applicable to those
pursuing careers in public, academic, and special library and information
settings. We will meet in-person on Tuesday’s from 2:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Please contact Dr. Anne Perrault with any questions -
Anne Marie Perrault, Ph.D.