|Period:||period 2 (week 46 through 5, i.e., 11-11-2019 through 31-1-2020; retake week 16)|
|Participants:||up till now 16 subscriptions|
|Schedule:||Official schedule representation can be found in MyTimetable|
|Contents:||Maximum number of students: 20; subscription policy: first-come, first-served
The overall aim of this course is to provide you with a theoretical foundation for research in information science (IS). During the course, you will learn the influential theories and research streams in the field of IS.
After successfully completing this course, you…
|Literature:||The literature for this course consists of a selection of scientific papers that will be announced on Blackboard.|
|Course form:||The course lectures are divided over nine weeks, where each week has its own theme, e.g. ‘IS and the individual’, ‘IS and society, and ‘IS artifacts’. Each week contains two lectures: the Tuesday lecture, in which both lecturers and students will present and discuss the literature that was assigned; and the Thursday lecture in which you will show how you apply the theories described in the literature to your own research proposal.|
|Exam form:||Class contribution (individual): 20%|
Weekly research proposals (team): 20%
Theory presentation (individual): 20%
Final paper (individual): 40%
Each partial grade needs to be at least 5.5. If you receive a grade below 5.5 for the research proposals, theory presentation and/or final paper, you will get a repair opportunity. We do not offer a repair opportunity for the class contribution grade.
|Minimum effort to qualify for 2nd chance exam:||To qualify for a repair assignment, the grade of the original must be at least 4.|