Course ObjectiveAfter this course students will have:
- gained insight into the domain of IS; (Knowledge and understanding)
- gained initial experience in academic skills; (Knowledge and
understanding) (Applying knowledge and understanding) (Communication)
- have learned more about the structure of the bachelor IS. (Knowledge
and understanding) (Making judgements) (Lifelong learning skills)
Course ContentThrough (guest) lectures, a variety of Information Science topics will
be discussed. Students will read and discuss related literature (popular
and scientific) in working groups under mentorship of senior staff
members. In these working groups, students will also present selected
Teaching Methods(Guest) lectures and working groups.
Method of Assessment- Participation and presentation in the working groups (50%)
- Final essay (50%)
Both grades are individual.
LiteratureArticles will be made available digitally.
Target AudienceBSc Information Sciences (year 1)
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. V. de Boer|
|Examiner||dr. V. de Boer|
dr. V. de Boer
You need to register for this course yourself
Last-minute registration is available for this course.
|Teaching Methods||Seminar, Lecture, Meeting|
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