About The Course
Metadata is a tool that enables the information age functions performed by humans as well as those performed by computers. Metadata is important to many fields, particularly Computer Science; but this course is not purely a Computer Science course. This course approaches Metadata from the perspective of Information Science, which is a broad interdisciplinary field that studies how people create and manage information.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Readings will be selected from freely available articles, web content and open access scholarly literature.Will a Statement of Accomplishment be awarded?
Students who complete all graded assignments and achieve at least 80% overall will receive a Statement of Accomplishment.What’s the time commitment for this course?
Watching the videos, completing the readings, and completing the graded weekly assignments will require a minimum time commitment of approximately 4-6 hours per week.
- W3Schools’ HTML Tutorial
- Codecademy’s Web Fundamentals Track