The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of what the authors believe to be a useful approach to teaching Information Management concepts and skills at honors (Hons) degree level. With Information Management being a somewhat diverse area, incorporating a number of areas and skills, one of the potential problems is considering how the subject can be taught to honors degree students in a flexible and meaningful way, while keeping abreast of new developments and thinking from academia and industry. The authors helped develop and deliver one possible approach to teaching Information Management at honors degree level that will be discussed in this paper, namely Information Challenges.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
- Deep learning
- Information challenges
- Information management
- Transferable skills
Grant, K., Stansfield, M., & Land, R. (2000). Teaching information management to honors degree students: The information challenges approach. Informing Science, 3(2), 41-46. http://www.informingscience.org/Publications/574?Source=%2FJournals%2FInformingSciJ%2FArticles%3FVolume%3D3-2000