IS 531 AO2 - Foundations of Data Curation
Data curation is the active and on-going management of data through its lifecycle of interest and usefulness to scholarship, science, and education; curation activities and policies enable data discovery and retrieval, maintain data quality and add value, and provide for re-use over time. This course provides an overview of a broad range of theoretical and practical problems in the emerging field, examining issues related to appraisal and selection, long-lived data collections, research lifecycles, workflows, metadata, and legal and intellectual property issues. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit.
This course is for students that are in the Computer Science MCS-DS Program. NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS MAY ENROLL ON A SPACE-AVAILABLE BASIS WITH THE CONSENT OF THE DEPARTMENT. TO REQUEST ENROLLMENT, PLEASE COMPLETE THE -NON-DEGREE ENROLLMENT REQUEST FORM" HERE: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/9478165 Additional Coursera ID verification and ProctorU fees may apply To register for this course you must use the Computer Science CRN 69375 / CS 598 A02.
Academic Program Restrictions:
NDEG:Computer Science Onl-UIUC
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate