National Taiwan Normal University Course Outline
Fall , 2021

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I.Course information
Serial No. 0517 Course Level Master / PhD
Course Code ISC8008 Chinese Course Name 人資互動
Course Name Studies in Human Information Interaction
Department Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Two/one semester 1 Req. / Sel. Sel.
Credits 3.0 Lecturing hours Lecture hours: 3
Prerequisite Course ◎1. This is a cross-level course and is available for junior and senior undergraduate students, master's students and PhD students. 2. If the listed course is a doctroal level course, it is only available for master's students and PhD students.
Comment ◎Distance learning course
Course Description
Time / Location Wed. 2-4 Main 84-03
Curriculum Goals Corresponding to the Departmental Core Goal
1. Explore the philosophical, theoretical, and methodological ground of Human Information Interaction research and practices Master:
 1-3 Explore information user and the theory and methodology of information use
 2-3 Ability to plan and evaluate information system
Doctor:
 1-3 Explore information user and the theory and methodology of information use
 2-3 Ability to plan and evaluate information system
2. Design and develop information services based on user study analysis and information design principles Master:
 4-1 Develop people-centered thinking and value knowledge. Facilitate the freedom and the usability of knowledge with information technology and innovative services
Doctor:
 4-1 Develop people-centered thinking and value knowledge. Facilitate the freedom and the usability of knowledge with information technology and innovative services

II. General Syllabus
Instructor(s) 吳怡瑾
Schedule

This course is designed to survey and explore the human information interaction (HII) as a process, within which information needs, information seeking behavior, and information use by people in various roles, situations, environments, and contexts that go beyond traditional information services places like libraries. More specifically, this course not only examines the information behavior as a whole, but also covers the breakdown of the process, including information needs assessment, information seeking, and information use. The learning objectives in this course are including: A. To understand the key concepts of Information retrieval and human information interaction. B. To learn the theories and methodologies of HII deeper and border. C. To know how to apply the theories and methodologies of HII in the real context. D. To develop expertise and first-hand experience in a particular specialized topic of HII.

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Lecturing Methodologies
Methods Notes
Formal lecture 投影片, 影片與課程教材
Group discussion 課程相關議題討論
Cooperative learning 專題與論文報告合作
Lab/Studio 兩次實作演練
Case studies 期中企劃案與期末專題報告
Grading assessment
Methods Percentage Notes
Assignments 35 % 二到三次實作演練(HII Tools)成績 平台作業 每週平台測驗與評量
Attendances 20 % 線上討論區參與、上課(實體與線上)出席與討論 (20-25%)
Presentation 20 % 論文報告
Case study reports 25 % 期中企劃案與期末專題報告 (20-25%)
Required and Recommended Texts/Readings with References
  • Ingwersen, P. and Järvelin, K. (2005), The Turn: Integration of Information Seeking and Retrieval Context, Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Manning, C.D., Raghavan, P., & Schütze, H. (2008). Introduction to Information Retrieval. Cambridge University Press. (http://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/)
  • Case, D. O. & Given, L.M. (2016). Looking for Information: A Survey of Research on Information Seeking, Needs, and Behavior. Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Pub.
  • Ruthven, I. & Kelly, D. (2011). Interactive Information Seeking Behaviour and Retrieval. Facet Press.
  • Kelly, D. (2009). Methods for evaluating interactive information retrieval systems with users. Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval, 3(1-2), 1-224. DOI: 10.1561/1500000012. http://ils.unc.edu/~dianek/FnTIR-Press-Kelly.pdf
  • Marti Hearst: Search User Interfaces. Cambridge University Press 2009