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Subject: Computer-Assisted Teaching
Course: Computer-Assisted Teaching
ECTS credits: 4
Language: Croatian/English
Duration: 1 semester
Status: Elective
Method of teaching: Blended course; 1L, 1E, 1S
Prerequisite: No
Assessment: Weekly tasks, final project

 

Course description: Computer-Assisted Teaching is an elective course offered to all graduate students at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. It is intended for students pursuing teaching profession. The course covers the following topics: Introduction to Computer-Assisted Teaching (CAT). Rationale for traditional, online and blended teaching. Communication and learning in a virtual environment. Curriculum overviews in a course management system (CMS). Basics of multimedia instructional design. Course design on the Moodle platform 2.5.x. Advanced use of Google applications in education and their integration within Moodle.


Course objectives: The students will experience the role of a teacher in modern education through an independent approach in the search for information and problem solving with ICT skills. The students will find, evaluate and publish information in accordance with their individual approach to education and by selecting a strategy for improving the effectiveness of teaching and the use of modern electronic media and educational technology. The students will design and publish materials for teaching using the course management system Moodle. The students will integrate the acquired CAT knowledge and skills with other professional subject knowledge in a multidisciplinary context.

Quality check and success of the course: project work, evaluation and assessment

 

Reading list:
1. Schank, R. C. (2005). Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training. USA: Pfeiffer.
2. Willems, J. (2007). When words fail: A case for multimodality in e-learning. In ASCILITE Conference 2007. ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning (pp. 1070–1078). Retrieved from http://cms.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/willems.pdf
3. Sylvain, M. C., Mofford, K., Lehr, E., & Riley, J. E. (2011). Reusable learning objects: Developing Onlinhe Information Literacy Instruction through Collaborative Design. In Teacjing Information Literacy Online (pp. 25–43). USA: Facet Publishing.

Subject:
Course: Public libraries
    
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian    
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: Lectures and seminars
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written exam and coursework

Course description:
The emergence of public libraries as local institutions financed from public funds. Libraries as a social institutions. Role of libraries in cultural policies and national development strategies. The development of public libraries in Croatia. International documents of UNESCO, IFLA, the Council of Europe and EBLIDA on libraries. The functions of public libraries: information, education and culture. The public library as a place of public access to the Internet. The library as a forum. Free access to information as a condition for the achievement of freedom of speech. Free access to information and legal regulation of the right of access to information. Library Legislation in Croatia. Planning the development of libraries. Mission statement as a basic document of the library. Quantitative and qualitative standards. The public library as a center of a local history and culture. Local cultural heritage. Local history collection, defining the scope, planning, gathering materials, advertising and promotion of collections. Communication and collaboration with users. Cooperation in organizing programs with other similar institutions in the local community. Digitisation projects of local heritage. Criteria for the selection of materials. Solving copyright and establishing a registry of digitized material. Library services. Regular services and special programs. Finding sources of funding, identify potential sponsors, marketing and advertising. Library staff. Professional ethics.
Course objectives:

After this course students will be able to:
1. Explain the role of public library in the local community
2. List, define and plan public library activities
3. Develop, manage and evaluate functions of public libraries
4. Report on legal issues that apply for public libraries in Croatia
5. Analyse and measure success of public library
6. Select and apply marketing and management techniques for public libraries

Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester. External evaluation will be done by fellow professors participating at the course and evaluating both course and teacher.

Reading list:

1. IFLA-ine smjernice za narodne knjižnice / uredile Christie Koontz i Barbara Gubbin. 2. hrvatsko izd., (prema 2. izmijenjenom izd. izvornika). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011.
a. IFLA-in i UNESCO-ov Manifest za narodne knjižnice. // IFLA-ine smjernice za narodne knjižnice / uredile Christie Koontz i Barbara Gubbin. 2. hrvatsko izd., (prema 2. izmijenjenom izd. izvornika). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011. Pp. 105-107.
b. Dopuna IFLA-inog Manifesta. // IFLA-ine smjernice za narodne knjižnice / uredile Christie Koontz i Barbara Gubbin. 2. hrvatsko izd., (prema 2. izmijenjenom izd. izvornika). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011. Pp. 118-119.
2. Smjernice za pokretne knjižnice / prerađeno izdanje priredila radna skupina IFLA-ine Sekcije za narodne knjižnice na čelu s Ianom Stringerom. 1. hrvatsko izd., (prema 2. prerađenom izd. izvornika). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011.
3. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za multikulturalne zajednice : s IFLA-inim Manifestom za multikulturalnu knjižnicu. 1. hrvatsko izd. prema 3. izd. izvornika. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2010.
4. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za bebe i djecu rane dobi. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2008.
5. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za djecu : knjižnične usluge za djecu – važnije no ikada za djecu i njihove obitelji diljem svijeta / IFLA [i.e. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions], Sekcija za djecu i mladež. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2004.
6. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za mladež : prerađeno izdanje Smjernica koje je 1996. objavio Stalni odbor Sekcije knjižnica za djecu i mladež / priređivači Pat Muller i Ivan Chew. Web 2.0 i knjižnične usluge za mladež : uvod za knjižničare / priredio Ivan Chew. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2009.
7. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za bolničke pacijente, starije osobe i osobe s posebnim potrebama u ustanovama za trajnu skrb i smještaj / sastavila radna skupina pod predsjedavanjem Nancy Mary Panella, pod pokroviteljstvom Sekcije za knjižnične usluge za osobe s posebnim potrebama. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2009.
8. Council of Europe/EBLIDA Guidelines for library legislation in Europe. Dostupno na: www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/culture/resources/DECS_CULT_POL_book(2000)1_EN.pdf
9. Jones, B. M. Libraries, access, and intellectual freedom : developing policies for public and academic libraries. Chicago : ALA, 1999.

Subject: Libraries and library collections
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsive
Method of teaching: lectures, seminar, colloquium/e-learning
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written exam and seminar.

Course description:
Library material, library collections, libraries – terms and definitions; Educational, informational and cultural role of libraries; Library types – national, public, school, special, academic libraries; Missions and visions of libraries; Library administration, policies and management; Gifts for libraries; Legal issues – library acts and standards, legal deposit; guidelines for library services (mobile library guidelines, library services for young adults, library services for babies and toddlers, library services for deaf people…); Marketing in libraries; Librarianship as a profession; Librarians’ associations

Course objectives:
After this course students will be able to:
1. differentiate and categorize library types
2. define libraries’ role in society
3. compile basic documents of a library (mission and vision statement)
4. evaluate gifts for libraries
5. plan and develop library policy
6. explain legal documents such as library act
7. understand the role of library associations

Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester.

Reading list:
1. Brophy, P. The library in the twenty-first century. London : Library Association Publishing, 2001.
2. Darovi za zbirke : smjernice za knjižnice (Gifts for the collections : guidelines for libraries). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2010.
Gorman, M. Postojana knjižnica (Enduring library). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2006. Str. 69-124.
3. IFLA-in Manifest o Internetu (IFLa Internet Manifesto). // Slobodan pristup informacijama u službi kulturnog razvitka : zbornik radova. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2002. Str. 163-165.
4. IFLA-ine i UNESCO-ove smjernice za školske knjižnice (IFLA and UNESCO school libraries guidelines). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2004.
5. IFLA-ine smjernice za narodne knjižnice (IFLA public library service guidelines). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011.
6. Knjižnice i intelektualna sloboda. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 43, 3(2000), str. 157-158.
Obvezni primjerak. // Horvat, A.; Živković, D. Knjižnice i autorsko pravo. Zagreb : Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, 2009. Str. 125-129.
7. Primjena istraživanja u promicanju pismenosti i čitanja u knjižnicama : smjernice za knjižničare (Using research to promote literacy and reading in libraries: guidelines for librarians ) / priredile Lesley Farmer i Ivanka Stričević. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2012.
8. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za bebe i djecu rane dobi (Guidelines for library services to babies and toddlers). Zagreb, Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2008.
9. Smjernice za knjižnične usluge za mladež (Guidelines for library services for young adults). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2009.
10. Smjernice za pokretne knjižnice (Mobile library guidelines). Zagreb, Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2011.
11. Zakon o knjižnicama. // Narodne novine 105(1997).

Subject: Journals and scholarly communication    
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian    
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: lectures, seminar, colloquium /e-learning
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written exam, seminar and coursework

Course description:
Writing, editing and proof reading a scientific paper; Definitions of basic terms in scholarly communication, history of scholarly communication; Hierarchy of scholarly journals; Peer-review as quality control; Process of publishing a scholarly paper, instructions to authors, instructions to peer-reviewers; Structure of scholarly journal, structure of scholarly paper; Costs models of scholarly journals publishing; Peer-review in e-environment; Identifiers in printed and electronic publications; Scientometrics, Journal Citation Reports, Impact Factors; “Serial crisis”; Open access to scientific information; Copyright and scholarly communication; Licences.

Course objectives:
After this course students will be able to:
1. Explain the role of journals in scholarly communication
2. List and define editorial activities
3. Manage and evaluate pre-prints and post-prints
4. List, define, analyse and evaluate Open Access journals and repositories
5. Analyse and measure quality of scholarly journals
6. Explain copyright issues in scholarly communication

Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation by teachers and students at the end of semester.

Reading list:
1. Harnad, S. Scholarly skywriting and the prepublication continuum of scientific inquiry. http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Papers/Harnad/harnad90.skywriting.html
2. Hebrang Grgić, Ivana. Open Access in Croatia : a study of authors' perceptions // INFuture2009 / Stančić, Hrvoje et al. (ur.). Zagreb : Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universtiy of Zagreb, 2009. Str. 169-176.
3. Hebrang Grgić, Ivana. Open Access to scientific information in Croatia : increasing research impact of a scientifically peripheral country. Saarbrücken : Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011., dostupno i na http://darhiv.ffzg.hr/1397/
4. Horvat, A.; Živković, D. Knjižnice i autorsko pravo. Zagreb : Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, 2009., str. 93-110 i str. 131-134.
5. IFLA position on copyright in the digital environment. http://www.ifla.org/V/press/copydig.htm
6. Odlyzko, A. The economics of electronic journals. http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/04-01/odlyzko.html
7. Petrak, J. Bibliometrijski pokazatelji u ocjenjivanju znanstvenog rada. // Liječnički vjesnik. 123(2001).
8. Šercar, T. Komunikacijska filozofija znanstvenih časopisa. Zagreb : Globus, 1988.
9. Upute za uređivanje i oblikovanje časopisa. http://public.mzos.hr/Default.aspx?art=5466
10. Zakon o autorskom pravu. //Narodne novine 167(2003), čl. 1-21.

Subject:        
Course: Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing        
ECTS credits: 5    
Language: Croatian         
Duration: 1 semester        
Status: elective course        
Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures, 2 seminar hours weekly
Prerequisite: none        
Assessment: seminar paper, practical work, written exam        

Course description:
Automatic construction of any natural language resource requires a good understanding of the natural language properties as well as linguistic and statistical methods for natural language processing. Students in this course will acquire the linguistic and statistical concepts that are used in natural language processing and will master the methods of automatic construction of primary and secondary natural language resources for Croatian language. Students will also gain competence, knowledge and skills in applying methods of automatic natural language processing and will acquire knowledge on a variety of topics and systems that deal with different problems in processing Croatian language and other natural languages.
Course content and topics will vary from year to year dependent upon the constantly changing importance of natural language processing threads.

Course objectives:
Students will acquire knowledge on the development of systems (such as automatic text summarization) using variety of statistical and linguistic methods. They will also learn how different systems operate, such as sentiment analysis system and named entity recognition. Students will develop skills to design morphological lexicons of inflectional languages, web corpora, etc.


Quality check and success of the course:
The evaluation will be performed by the teacher and fellow students and will be carried out as a survey at the end of the semester.

Reading list:
Required:
Manning, C.D., Schutze, H. Foundation of Statistical Natural Language Processing. MIT press, 1999.
Jurafsky, D., Martin, J. H. Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing. Prentice Hall, NJ, 2000.

Elective:
Mitkov, R. (ed). The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics. Oxford University Press, 2003.
Damerau, F., Indurkhya, N. (eds). The Handbook of Natural Language Processing. 2nd edition.  London: CRC PRESS-TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP, 2010.

Subject:        
Course: Service Learning in Information Sciences        
ECTS credits: 6    
Language: Croatian         
Duration: 1 semester        
Status: elective course        
Method of teaching: 1 hour of lectures and 3 seminar hours weekly
Prerequisite: none        
Assessment: project proposal, project report, seminar paper, oral exam        

Course description:
Service learning is a teaching method where students learn and develop through active participation in organized service experiences that are connected to specific learning outcomes, meet identified community needs and allow student reflection and connection of the experience to the study of information and communication sciences.
This course aims to provide students of information sciences with the ability to apply academic knowledge and skills to meet real information needs.
Student service learning projects that are the most important part of this course will aim to solve specific problems set by the course and will be part of the seminar sessions. Seminar sessions will be combined with lectures covering the service learning activities, management of the project, group work and activities of critical thinking.

Course objectives:
Work on group projects aimed at developing information solutions that follow the thematic content of the study, writing a journal/seminar paper, developing project plans, evaluation forms and final project reports, designing e-portfolios, developing communication skills, presentation skills, evaluation skills and critical thinking skills

Quality check and success of the course:
Combination of the internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be performed by the teacher and fellow students. Both the external and internal evaluation will be carried out as a survey at the end of the semester. The external evaluation will be carried out in collaboration with community partners – they will submit their evaluation of the student project.

Reading list:
Required:
1. Mikelić Preradović, Nives. Učenjem do društva znanja . Zagreb : Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znanosti Filozofskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2009 (udžbenik).

Elective:
1. Bharat M. (2004). Service Learning in Library and Information Science (LIS) Education: Connecting Research and Practice to Community. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 1(1), Article 3.
2. Cuban, S., & Hayes, E. (Spring 2001). Perspectives of five library and information studies students involved in service learning at a community-based literacy program. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 42(2), 86-95.
3. Elmborg, J. K., Leighton, H., Huffman, H., Bradbury, J., et al. (Winter 2001). Service learning in the library and information science curriculum – The perspectives and experiences of one Multimedia/User Education class. Research Strategies, 18(4), 265-281.
4. Kazmer, M. M. (2005). Community-Embedded Learning. The Library Quarterly, 75, 190– 212.
5. Riddle, J. S. (March 2003). Where's the Library in Service Learning?: Models for Engaged Library Instruction. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 29(2), p71-81.
6. Roy, Loriene. (2001). Diversity in the classroom: Incorporating service-learning experiences in the Library and information science curriculum. In Journal of Library Administration, 33(4), p 213-228.

Subject: Computational Grammar Models    
Course: Computational Grammar Models

Teacher: prof. dr. sc. Sanja Seljan           
ECTS credits: 5    
Language: Croatian    
Duration: 1 semester    
Status: obligatory / elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour, 1 seminar hour, 1 hour of labs
Prerequisite: N/A
Assessment: written exam, oral exam, exercises, seminar

 

Course description:

The aim of the course is to teach students specific type computational grammar - Lexical-Functional Grammar in the domain of language engineering and present real applications in machine translation, language learning etc. Students will understand formal modelling in language engineering, analyse existing models, use the specific tool, compare them, and create models for the specific phenomena for English, Croatian and/or other languages for the chosen data set.

The course consists out of theoretical part, practical exercises and seminar works. In the theoretical part students will learn on the development, basic principles,  limitations and possiblities of the specific formal model of the Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG) and get insight into possible applications in machine translation, language learning, information retrieval, etc.. Students will analyse the formal model on several levels: constituent structure, functional structure, lexical annotations, argument level, templates in Xerox Language Engineering (XLE) environment. The specific formal descriptions will be presented and analysed for the English and/ or ther languages and in parallel specific models will be created for Croatian languages. Athe the end of the course, student will create proper language models using LFG computational grammar model.

 

Outcomes

  • Acquisition of knowledge related to creation of computational grammar models in computational linguistics and possible applications in concrete projects
  • Knowledge acquisition of formal model of Lexical-Functional Grammar, its ways of formalization, basic principles, limitations and possible use
  • Building of knowledge and skills related to use of XLE (Xerox Language Engineering) software and, optionally, other tools
  • Use of theoretical knowledge and skills for natural language processing using LFG model for English, Croatian, and, optionally, other languages
  • Integration and creation of proper formal model using LFG model and XLE language engineering tool for several sentence levels
  • Design, application, critical evaluation and proposition of proper word and sentence-based model
  • Synthesis, integration and application proposal based on informatics, information and logical models in the process of linguistic engineering and natural language processing
  • Demonstration of basic principles of computational building of lexicon integrated into digital system
  • Development of corpus linguistic methods integrated with other language engineering tools and methods
  • Planning, organization, conducting scientific research and analysis of applications of natural language processing, acquisition of presentation and communication skills
  • Development of skills necessary for life-long learning

 

Teaching methods:

- classical frontal methods and by e-learning system

lectures - theoretical part

exercises - individual work

seminar - individual or team work, class presentation

 

Final grade:

course attendance

exercises

seminar work

written/ oral exam

 

Quality check and success of the course:

The evaluation will be performed inside and outside evaluations and by mentoring work, i.e. by the teacher, students, participation on seminars, conferences, workshops and in different cooperation activities.

 

Reading list:
Required:

1, Bresnan, Joan. Lexical-Functional Syntax. Blackwell Publishers, 2001

2. Falk, Yehuda. Lexical-Functional Grammar: An Introduction to Parallel Constraint-Based Syntax. Lecture Notes No 126. Stanford: CSLI, 2001.

3. Seljan, Sanja. The Role of the Lexicon in Lexical-Functional Grammar - Example on Croatian // Proceedings of Language Technologies Conference IS-LTC 2006. Ljubljana, 2006, 198-203

4. Dick Crouch, Mary Dalrymple, Ron Kaplan, Tracy King, John Maxwell, and Paula Newman. XLE Documentation, 2008. Walkthrough, Xerox Corporation and Copyright, Palo Alto Research Center

5. Seljan, S. Lexical - Functional Grammar - Example on Croatian // Proceedings of 5th International Language Technologies Conference IS-LTC 2006. Ljubljana, 2006, 198-203

6. Seljan, Sanja. Unifikacijske gramatike kao okvir za leksičko-funkcionalnu gramatiku (LFG). Suvremena lingvistika 1-2, 47-48. Zagreb, 1999, 181-193

7. Seljan, Sanja. Lexical-Functional Grammar: Theoretical and Practical Models. XIX International Conference of the Association of Young Linguists, 10-12 March 2004, Valencia, Proceedings Interlinguistica No15. 1279-1288


Elective:

1. Bryl, Anton and van Genabith, Josef . Two approaches to automatic matching of atomic grammatical features in LFG. CSLI Publications, 2010.

2. Thomann, J., LFG as a pedagogical grammar, in King, T. and Butt, M. (eds.) 'Proceedings of the LFG02 Conference,' (Stanford: CSLI Publications 2002)

3. Miriam Butt, Tracy Holloway King, María-Eugenia Niño, and Frédérique Segond, A Grammar Writer's Cookbook, 1999.

4. Sanja Seljan, Kristina Vučković, Zdravko Dovedan. Sentence Representation in Context-Sensitive Grammars. Suvremena lingvistika 1-2 (53-54), 2002, 205-218

5. Butt, Miriam; Dipper, Stephanie; Frank, Anette; Holloway King, Tracy. Writing Large-Scale Parallel Grammars for English, French and German. Proceedings of LFG99 Conference. CSLI Publications

6. Abbas Ali Ahangar, Nader Jahangiri, Fahimeh Mohammadpour. A Lexical-Functional Model for Machine Translation of English Zero-place Predicators, International Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 2, No. 3; 2012.

7. Seljan, Sanja. Formal Description of Some Linguistic Phenomena in Croatian by Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG). Zbornik radova Odsjeka za informacijske znanosti. Zagreb: Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znanosti Filozofskog fakulteta sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2002, 119-132

8. Lexical Functional Grammar

9. LFG Demo

10. LFG – Archive Papers

11. LFG – DOP

12. Grammar Writer's Workbench for Lexical Functional Grammar

13. Fortmann, Christian; Forst, Martin. An LFG grammar checker for CALL, In ICALL, 2004.

14. Stefan Riezler, Tracy H. King, Ronald M. Kaplan, Richard S. Crouch, John T. Maxwell III, Mark Johnson: Parsing the Wall Street Journal using a Lexical-Functional Grammar and Discriminative Estimation Techniques. ACL 2002, 271-278

15. K.Owczarzak, J. Genabith, A. Way. Evaluating machine translation with LFG dependencies. Machine Translation , Vol. 21 (2), 2007.

16. Fahime Mohammadpour, Abbas Ali Ahangar, Nader Jahangiri. Building a Hybrid Machine Translation System for Translating. English Linguistics Research, Vol. 1, No. 2; 2012

17. Dalyrmple M., Kaplan R. M., Maxwell III J. T., Zaenen, A., ed: Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar. Stanford: CSLI, 1995.

 

 

Subject: Translation Memories as Translation Tools    
Course: Translation Memories as Translation Tools

Teacher: prof. dr. sc. Sanja Seljan           

ECTS credits: 5    
Language: Croatian    
Duration: 1 semester    
Status: obligatory / elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour, 1 seminar hour, 1 hour of labs
Prerequisite: N/A
Assessment: written exam, oral exam, exercises, seminar

 

Course description:
Tools and resources in computer-assisted translation (CAT) - Application and role of translation memories. Limitations, possible use of translation memories. – Formats – Creation and maintenance of translation memories. – Alignment process of parallel corpora. Role of segmentation process. – Use of various tools in the alignment process. Evaluation. – Use of translation memories in the translation process. – Analysis of existing CAT resources used in EU(DGT) and for Croatian - Integration of translation memories with other translation tools (machine translation, terminology bases, dictionaries) – Use of various translation memories as stand alone or integrated solutions depending on availability (SDL, GeoWorkz, Wordfast, Atril, memoQ dr.) - Terminology extraction, evaluation and integration – Use of localization tools – Analysis of locallization - Practice with translation memories on various text types – Use of translation memories, implementation in the translation process and document processing, management of integration translation system – Presentation of various EU projects and researches - Critical evaluation of business opportunities in the domain - Presentation of conducted research

 

Teaching methods:

- classical frontal methods and by e-learning system

lectures - theoretical part

exercises - individual work

seminar - individual or team work, class presentation

 

Final grade:

course attendance

exercises

seminar work

written/ oral exam

 

Quality check and success of the course:

The evaluation will be performed inside and outside evaluations and by mentoring work, i.e. by the teacher, students, participation on seminars, conferences, workshops and in different cooperation activities.

 

Reading list
Required:

1. Seljan, Sanja et al. Computational Language Analysis: Computer-Assisted Translation and e-Language Learning. Zagreb: Zavod za informacijske studije, 2012. V+360 str.   (odabrana poglavlja)

2. Seljan, Sanja; Pavuna, Damir. Translation Memory Database in the Translation Process // Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Info rmation and Intelligent Systems IIS 2006. Varaždin : FOI, 2006, 327-332

3. Seljan, Sanja; Tadić, Marko; Agić, Željko; Šnajder, Jan; Dalbelo Bašić, Bojana; Osmann; Vjekoslav. Corpus Aligner (CorAl) Evaluation on English-Croatian Parallel Corpora. Proceedings of the Seventh conference on International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’10), Malta

4.Seljan, Sanja; Gašpar, Angelina; Pavuna, Damir. Sentence Alignment as the Basis For Translation Memory Database. // INFuture2007-The Future of Information Sciences: Digital Info rmation and Heritage. Zagreb: Odsjek za informacijske znanosti, Filozofski fakultet, 2007, 299-311

5. Cruz-Lara, S; Bellalem, N; Ducret, J; Kramer, I.Interoperability between translation memories and localization tools by using the MultiLingual Information Framework, EAMT 2006.

6. Sandrini, Peter. Localization and Translation. MuTra Journal, Vol. 02, 2008
7. The DGT Multilingual Translation Memory of the Acquis Communautaire: DGT-TM
8.  DGT of EU: Translation Tools and Workflow, 2007.

9.The DGT Multilingual Translation Memory of the Acquis Communautaire: DGT-TM

10.SDL Trados Studio 2014

 

Elective:

1. Seljan, Sanja. Translation Technology as Challenge in Education an Business. Informatologia 44 (2011), 4, 279-286

2. Brkić, Marija; Seljan, Sanja; Bašić Mikulić, Božena. Using Translation Memory to Speed up Translation Process // The Future of Information Sciences: INFuture 2009 - Digital Resources and Knowledge Sharing Zagreb : Odsjek za informacijske znanosti, 2009, 353-363

3. Kučiš, Vlasta; Seljan, Sanja; Klasnić, Ksenija. Evaluation of Electronic Translation Tools Through Quality Parameters // The Future of Information Sciences: INFuture2009 - Digital Resources and Knowledge Sharing. Zagreb : Odsjek za informacijske znanosti, 2009, 341-351.

4. Seljan, Sanja; Agić, Željko; Tadić, Marko. Evaluating Sentence Alignment on Croatian-English Parallel Corpora // Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Formal Approaches to South Slavic and Balkan Languages. Zagreb : Croatian Language Technologies Society, 2008, 101-108

5. Localization Guide – Multilingual Computing, 2009.

6. Jost Zetzshe: A Translator's Tool Box—A Computer Primer for Translators, International Writer's Group, 2014.

7. Francie Gow. Metrics for Evaluating Translation Memory Software, 2003. (MA thesis, Ottawa, Kanada)

8. A Compact Data Structure for Searchable Translation Memories. EAMT 2005, 59–65

9. Austermühl, Frank. Electronic Tools for Translators. Manchester: St. Jerome. 2005.

10. TM Survey (latest version) 

11. Muñoz Sánchez, P. Electronic Tools for Translators in the 21st Century, 2006.

12. Translation Service of the EU: Translating for Multilingual Community, 2002. 

13. EAGLES – Evaluation of NLP Systems – Benchmarking translation memories

14. LISA OSCAR Standards - Translation Memory 

15. Seljan, S.; Gašpar, A. Primjena prevoditeljskih alata u EU i potreba za hrvatskim tehnologijama. Jezična politika i jezična stvarnost / Language Policy and Language Reality. Zagreb: HDPL, 2009, 617-625.

16. Seljan, Sanja; Agić, Željko; Tadić, Marko. Evaluating Sentence Alignment on Croatian-English Parallel Corpora // Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Formal Approaches to South Slavic and Balkan Languages. Zagreb : Croatian Language Technologies Society, 2008, 101-108

 

Organizations/ Associations/ Institutions/ Resources: 

LISA OSCAR Standards

CAT Tools

LREC

Translatum  - Computer-Aided Translation
Multilingual
EAMT European Association for Machine Translation
ELSNET European Network of Exellence in Human Language Technologies
AMTA Association for Machine Translation in the Americas

 

 

Subject: Information System Design
Course: Information System Design
ECTS credits: 6 ECTS
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: mandatory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours + 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written exam + project

Course description:
The course will introduce students to a variety of concepts, principles and stages of designing and analyzing information systems. Students will learn to define requirements and limits of the information subsystem. They will learn the role of different users in the design of information systems, fundamentals of process modeling and logical database design. Students will learn information systems design and development life cycle. Special attention will be devoted to familiarizing students with writing documentation. Students will learn a variety of methods, tools and techniques used in system analysis and design.

Course objectives:
Introduce students to the principles of design and evaluation of information systems and
familiarize them with the methodology of software development and project management.

Quality check and success of the course:
Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. J. A. Hoffer, J. F. George, J. S. Valacich: Modern Systems Analysis and Design, 3/e, Prentice Hall College Div, 2001
2. Martin, J.: Information Engineering II - Planning and Analisys, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NY 1990.
3. J. L. Whitten, L. D. Bentley, K. C. Dittman: Systems Analysis & Design Methods, 5/e, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2000
4. Zwass, V. Foundations of Information systems, McGraw-Hill, Boston, 1998.

Subject: Mobile applications
Course: graduate
ECTS credits: 6
Language: croatian
Duration: one semester, winter semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and one hour of practical classes
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: Written and oral exams

Course description:  Objective oriented programming fundamentals. Architecture of mobile devices, limitations, problems and their solving. Development of applications for mobile devices. Working with databases. Applying existing communications and positioning technologies and services. Client-server synchronization. Synchronization with mobile devices.

Course objectives:   The student will familiarize themselves with the most important concepts of designing and development applications for mobile devices.

Quality check and success of the course:
Quality control and the assessment of how successfully the course was implemented will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. The internal evaluation will be done by the professors and the students. The evaluation will take the form of a survey done at the end of the semester. External evaluation shall be realized by our colleagues who will attend the class and grade the course and the lecturer.  

Reading list:

1. Annuzi, J. Darcey, L. Conder, S. Introduction to Android Application Development: Android Essentials (4th Edition). Addison-Wesley Professional, 2013
2. Meier, R. Professional Android 4 Application Development. Wrox, 2012
3. Nudelman, G. Android Design Patterns: Interaction Design Solutions for Developers. Wiley, 2013

Subject: Socio-humanistic informatics
Course: Socio-humanistic informatics
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian/English
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: blended course
Prerequisite: no
Assessment: Complete set of weekly writing tasks, final paper

 

Course description: Socio-humanistic informatics includes the application of information and communication technologies in the social sciences and humanities, as well as areas of text and language processing and knowledge representation. Text processing includes different ways of creation and manipulation of text. Natural language processing describes human language from a computational perspective. Knowledge representation is concerned with ways of representing information in order to derive new information based on it. Course topics include the following: using styles and templates for text formatting, word frequency list and text indexing, automatic extracts generation, regular expressions for extracting collocations, statistical text analysis, semantic Web documents.

 

Course objectives: Students need to understand the basic principles of text processing and the semantic Web documents. They need to understand the concepts of text formatting such as styles and templates, and the basic notions of text and language processing such as token, type, lemma, index terms, distribution of words, collocations, abstract, extract, as well as basics characteristics of the semantic Web documents. Practical work includes weekly assignments during the semester. Students will learn how to apply the theoretical knowledge through a series of project-oriented and interrelated tasks that include creating and applying styles in MS Word document, creation of templates and organization of styles in MS Word document, generating extract of the document, advanced find and replace using regular expressions, using VB macro to create a frequency list of words, creating an index using MS Word, statistical text analysis using MS Excel, and creating of the semantic Web document.

Quality check and success of the course:

 

Reading list:
https://omega.ffzg.hr/course/view.php?id=1354

Subject:
Course: UDC Seminar

ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: seminar/ e-learning
Prerequisite: Classification systems
Assessment: coursework, written and oral exam

Course description:
Further develop skills in using Universal decimal classification. Understand micro and macro structure, content of main classes and auxiliary numbers; work on using UDC for document organization; UDC and folksonomies; UDC in electronic environment.

Course objectives:
After this course students will be able to:
1. Analyse each main table
2. Identify document content and locate proper notation
3. Argue differences between universal decimal classification and folksonomies

Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester. External evaluation will be done by fellow professors participating at the course and evaluating both course and teacher.

Reading list:
Literatura:
1. McIlwaine, I.C. Univerzalna decimalna klasifikacija : upute za uporabu / prevela J. Leščić Lokve : Benja ; Zagreb: Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica ; Osijek : Filozofski fakultet, 2004.
2. Slavić, A. (2001)  UDK i druge opeće velike klasifikacijske sheme dostupne na Webu. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske,44 (1-4), 38-51.  http://www.acorweb.net/upload/asscans.pdf
3. Slavic, Aida (2006) UDC in subject gateways: experiment or opportunity? Knowledge Organization, 33 (2) 2006, pp. 67-85. http://dlist.sir.arizona.edu/1556/
4. Slavić, A.  (2006) Razina korištenja UDK u knjižničnim OPAC-ima: pilot  istraživanje 2004.-2005., Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske, 49, 3-4, 149-173. http://www.hkdrustvo.hr/datoteke/255/vbh/God.49(2006),br.3-4
5. Slavic, A. (2008): Use of the Universal Decimal Classification: a worldwide survey. Journal of Documentation, 64 (2), pp. 211-228. http://dlist.sir.arizona.edu/1555/
6. Univerzalna decimalna klasifikacija : hrvatsko džepno izdanje / prijevod s engleskog Jelica Lešić. - Zagreb : Naklada Nediljko Dominović , 2003.
7. Univerzalna decimalna klasifikacija : Dio 1: Društvene i humanističke znanosti / urednica Lidija Jurić Vukadin ; prevoditelji Zvonimir Baletić.. [et al.]. 1. hrv. srednje izd. Zagreb : Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica , 2005.

Subject:
Course: Electronic educational environments

ECTS credits: 5
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: lectures, seminar, colloquium /e-learning
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: Written exam and seminar.

Course description: Introduce students with the concept of electronic educational environments. Students will gather insight in basic concepts of learning in electronic environment. They will be prepared to identify elements of electronic educational environments and to design e-learning according to proposed situations, environments and purpose
Course content: Introduction to e-learning; Pedagogical principles in e-learning; Instructional design; Learning/content management systems; Open source vs. Commercial solutions; MOOC; Open educational contents; Repositories and Metadata; Edutainment; Virtual worlds; Supporting e-learning; Information literacy; Evaluation

Course objectives:
After this course students will be able to:
1. Apply modern educational research in developing qualitative and creative educational materials for e-learning
2. Plan, develop and evaluate e-learning programs
3. Identify and analyse elements of the e-learning systems
4. Evaluate and recommend appropriate teaching methods for different situations
5. Differentiate and categorize learning and teaching types and styles for e-learning
6. Demonstrate use of edutainment and new media in e-leanirng

Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester. External evaluation will be done by fellow professors participating at the course and evaluating both course and teacher.

Reading list:
1. Banek Zorica, M. Sustavi za upravljanje obrazovnim materijalom u elektroničkom okruženju : doktorska disertacija. Zagreb : 2007    
2. Jones, R. Andrew, T. MacColl, J.  The institutional repository. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2006.
3. Learning objects: Standards, Metadata, Repositories, & LCMS/ ur. Keith Harman and Alex Koohang. Santa Rosa, Calif.:  Informing Science Press, 2007.
4. Salmon, G. E-moderating : the key to teaching and learning online. London ; New York : RoutledgeFalmer : Taylor & Francis group, 2004.
5. Špiranec, S. Banek Zorica, M. Informacijska pismenost : teorijski okvir i polazišta. Zagreb : Zavod za informacijske studije , 2008.

Course: Creative teaching workshop
ECTS credits: 4
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (30 hours)
Status: compulsory (2 hours per week)
Method of teaching: practicum
Prerequisite: Teaching methodology in information science II
Assessment: Written, oral

Course description:
In this practicum students will demonstrate an ability to plan, implement and assess learning programmes independently; respond positively to advice from mentor teachers and University supervisors; display increasing confidence and competence in managing student behaviour; demonstrate a reflective practice approach to teaching; undertake all of the responsibilities of a teacher and demonstrate a high level of professional commitment.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Udžbenici i ostali priručnici za učenike i nastavnike
1.2. Časopisi iz područja

Subject: Heritage Management
Course: Heritage Management
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (winter)
Status: compulsory and elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures and 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: written report/exam

Course description:
The Nature of Heritage and its forms in Identity (individuals, social and cultural groups, towns, communities, nations); Research, gathering and data processing about Identity, as well as its communication; Act of the Heritage Institutions; Other activities of identification, study, preservation and forming of Identity (journalism, Citizens (NGO's) associations); Destination Marketing and Public Awareness; Importance and implications of the Heritage actions; Identity as a generative part of the development strategy; Cultural Tourism; Cultural Industry; Destination Industry; Heritage management as a development tool; Heritage in the strategy for Sustainable Development; Understanding Identity as comprehension of our (collective and individual) selves; Moral value of Identity (although different, at the same time similar by importance and the right to exist); Heritage Management as part of social management; Identity as a need in the globalize surrounding (acculturation, disculturation, co-modification and internationalization); Acting for public benefit; Identity in the process of accomplishing eternal piece and trust; Identity as a mean to preserve the diversities.

Course objectives:
To comprehend the complexity of the concept of identity in the contemporary society; to comprehend and understand the interrelation of identity and heritage; gain theoretical and practical knowledge about the ways of using and managing of the identity/identities within the frames of heritage; to realize the forms of various social practices in which the identification, protection and communication of identity are the central process.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Collection of essays: a) Harvey, David C. Heritage pasts and heritage presents : temporality, meaning and the scope of heritage studies. // International journal of heritage studies. 7, 4(2001), pp. 319–338 or Harvey, David C. The history of heritage. // The Ashgate research companion to heritage and identity / eds. Brian Graham, Peter Howard. Farnham : Ashgate, 2008. pp. 19-36.; b) Schofield, John. Heritage management : theory and practice. // The heritage reader / eds. Graham Fairclough [et al]. London ; New York : Routledge, 2008. pp. 15-30.; c) Graham, B.; Ashworth, G; Tunbridge, J. The uses and abuses of heritage. // Heritage, museums and galleries : an introductory reader / ed. G. Corsne. London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. 26-37.; d) Davis, Peter. Places, 'cultural touchstones' and the ecomuseum. // Heritage, museums and galleries : an introductory reader / ed. Gerard Corsane. London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. 365-376.
2. Smith, L. Uses of heritage. London : Routledge, 2006.
3. Graham, B.; Ashworth, G; Tunbridge, J. A geography of heritage : power, culture and economy. London : Arnold, 2000.
4. Kirchenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. Destination Culture / Tourism, Museums and Heritage, University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 1998. or Boniface, Priscilla; Fowler, Peter J. Heritage and Tourism in the Global Village (Heritage: Care, Preservation, Management). Routledge, London, 1993.
5. Castells, Manuel. Moć identiteta. Zagreb: Golden Marketing. 2002 or Segalen, Martine (ed.). Drugi i sličan - pogledi na etnologiju suvremenih društava (Chapter II - Identiteti i kulture). Zagreb. Jesenski i Turk. 2002.

Additional reading list:
1. Daun, Ake; Janson, Sören (ur.). Europljani - Kultura i identitet. Zagreb. Jesenski i Turk. 2004.

Subject: Heritage Interpretation
Course: Heritage Interpretation
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (winter)
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hours and 1 hours of seminar weekly
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: written report (project) & preliminary exam

Course description:
Introductory lecture (defining concepts); Heritage and space (geography of heritage, museology outside the museum, heritage studies); Historical development of heritage interpretation; Main goals and motivations for heritage interpretation; Roles and importance of heritage interpretation; Principles of interpretation (the six basic principles, modern principles of interpretations); Specifics of heritage interpretation in a given context; First person and third person interpretation, live interpretation, museum theatre, living history, staging, role play, storytelling; Centres for interpretation, visitor centres, heritage trails; Heritage Interpretation and Environmental Education; Planning and management of heritage interpretation; Design of interpretative heritage project, methods of assessment and evaluation; Professionalism and training for heritage interpreters; Presentation of students project - analysis and evaluation; Closing lecture and evaluation

Course objectives: To enable students to understand the basic ideas and concepts of heritage interpretation. Introduce students to a variety of methods, tools and techniques of heritage interpretation as well existing (and possible) ways of its practical implementation. To train students (in teamwork) to develop plans and implement projects within the field of heritage interpretation.

Reading list:
1. Pierssené, A. Explaining Our World : Guide to Environmental Interpretation. London : E & FN Spon, 1999.
2. Heritage interpretation centres: The Hicira handbook. (eds.) Pere Izquierdo Tugas, Jordi Juan Tresserras, Juan Carlos Matamala Mellin. Barcelona : Diputació de Barcelona. Institut d'Edicions, 2005.
3. Beck, L.; Cable, T. Interpretation for the 21st Century. Fifteen Guiding Principles for Interpreting Nature and Culture. Champaign : Sagamore Publishing, 2002.
4. In-Herit Professional Development in Heritage Interpretation (Manual). Landcommanderij Alden Biesen: Bilzen, 2016.
5. Tilden, F. Interpreting Our Heritage. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 1977..
6. Ham, S. H. Interpretation : making a difference on purpose. Golden, Col. : Fulcrum, 2013

Additional reading list:
1. Carter, J. A Sense of Place - An interpretive planning handbook. Scottish Interpretation Network : Tourism and Environment Initiative, 2001.
2. Blockley M., Hems A. (ur.) Heritage Interpretation. Abingdon : Routledge, 2006.
3.Graham, B.; Ashworth, G. J.; Tunbridge, J. E. A Geography of Heritage: Power, Culture and Economy. London : Arnold, 2004.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Subject: Heritage Marketing
Course: Heritage Marketing
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (winter)
Status: Compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of seminar weekly
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: written exam

Course description:
Introductory lecture; The nature of modernity; Nature of Heritage (time, history); Users; The art and the skills in Heritage Communication (means, ways, partners); Heritage Products; Quality of Products; Excellence in Heritage Profession; Friend of Heritage; The Impact of Marketing on Institution; Marketing Techniques; Marketing Plan; Marketing Mix; Evaluation: SWOT analysis; Market Research – Users; Techniques and Methods of Marketing; Marketing Expert; Planning and Programming of Heritage Institutions; Heritage in Destination Marketing and the Branding; Heritage in Creation of Destination

Course objectives:
To provide students with possibilities to understand the basis of marketing managing techniques without the usual mystifications; to enable students with skills for fundamental marketing methodology; to prepare students to easily deal with further literature; present basic principles that rule in the creation of the products as well as in relation towards the users.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Kotler, Philip; Kotler, Neil. Museum Strategy and Marketing. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1998  (or 2nd edition 2008.)
2. Sue Runyard ; Ylva French. The marketing and public relations handbook for museums, galleries and heritage attractions. Altamira Press, 2000.
3. Richard Sandell; Robert R. Janes (ed.) Museum management and marketing. Routledge : Oxon-New York, 2007.
4. Šola, Tomislav. Marketing u muzejima, ili o vrlini i kako je obznaniti. Zagreb: Hrvatsko muzejsko društvo, 2001.
5. Lord, Barry; Lord, Gail Dexter. The Manual of Museum Planning. Altamira Press, 2000.
Additional reading list:
1. Morgan, Nigel; Prichard, Annette; Pride, Roger. Destination Branding. Oxford. Butterworth and Heinemann. 2002.
2. Beigberder, Felix. 129,90kn. Zagreb. OceanMore. 2003.
3. Barsamiam, David; Chomsky, Noam. Propaganda i javno mišljenje. Zagreb. Tridvajedan. 2001.

Subject:

Course: Museum Education

ECTS credits: 3

Language: Croatian

Duration: one semester

Status: elective

Method of teaching: 1 period lecture, 1 period seminar

Prerequisite: No

Assessment: written exam, student project

Course description:
1. Introductory lecture – importance of museum education, profession of museum educator in Croatia and abroad.
2. Museum education today, postmodern social discourses and education
3. Theories of education and learning; formal, nonformal and informal learning contexts
4. Education based on material culture, models of museum education and communication
5. Educational activities for various visitors – individuals and groups, children, teenagesr, adults, people with disabilities
6. Media and communication in museums
7. Contexts of museum experience
8. Education in workshops (structured and non-structured educational activities)
9. Creation of educational materials and media – preparation for individual students’ projects
10. Museums and schools
11. Outreach activities, museum publication
12. Museum education in the virtual world
13. Presentation of students’ projects and evaluation
14. Presentation of students’ projects and evaluation
15. Presentation of students’ projects and evaluation


Course objectives: Introduces students to theoretical framework of museum education; introduces students to and develops their abilities for application of theoretical knowledge about museum education to practical problems through descriptions, analyses and discussions about case studies; develops the skill for the development of educational activities and programmes or remaking the already existing ones.

Quality check and success of the course: evaluation of the following elements: activity during the course, written exam and the development of one or more activities/programmes of education in a museum; student evaluation of the course (online survey)

Reading list:
1. Eilean Hooper Greenhill. 1999. Education, communication, interpretation: towards a critical pedagogy in museums. U: The Educational Role of the Museum, E.Hooper Greenhill (ur.), 3 - 27. London: New York: Routledge
2. Eilean Hooper Greenhill. 1999. Communication in theory and practice. U: The Educational Role of the Museum, E.Hooper Greenhill (ur.), 28-43. London: New York: Routledge
3. John H. Falk, Lynn D. Dierking i Marianna Adams. 2006. Living in a Learning
Society: Museums and Free-choice Learning. U: A Companion to Museum Studies,
Sharon Macdonald (ur), 323 -339. Blackwell Publishing Ltd
4. Milutinović, Jovana. 2003. Humanistički pristup vaspitno obrazovnoj ulozi muzeja, Novi Sad: Vršac: Savez pedagoških društava Vojvodine, Viša škola za vaspitače, 111 – 133
5. EunJung Chang. 2006. Interactive Experience and Contextual Learning in Museums. Studies in Art Education. A Journal of Issues and Resarch, 47,2, 170-186
6. C. Olivia Frost. 2002. When the Object is Digital: Properties of Digital Surrogate
Objects and Implications for Learning. U: Perspectives on Object-Centered Learning
in Museums, Scott G. Paris (ur.), 79-94. Mahwah: New Jersey: London: Lawrence Erlraum Associates, Publishers
7. Tim Caulton. 2006. Hands-on Exhibitions. Managing interactive museums and science centres. London: New York: Routledge, 17 – 36
8. Marianna Adams, Jessica Luke i Theano Moussouri. 2004. Interactivity: Moving Beyond Terminology. Curator 47,2, 155 – 169

Subject: Introduction to intelligence systems and services    
Course: Introduction to intelligence systems and services    
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 hour of lecture, and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and oral assessment

Course description:
The course will give the insight into the area and subject of intelligence activities: national security. It will also present the intelligence cycle: design of intelligence requirements, information gathering, processing the collected information, analysis and production of intelligence: types of intelligence reports and the management of reporting processes. Also, it will teach the division of intelligence activities: intelligence activity, counter-intelligence activities, and special operations. Basic terminology will be given: agents and agent network; types of intelligence products. Few examples of National Intelligence Service will be given. Difference between intelligence and business services will be discussed. Theory of information, misinformation, disinformation, intelligence reports are also among the topics of the course. Information Operations and Information Warfare as key instruments of information dominance in 21st century will be discussed. Also at the course will be discussed intelligence as subject of Information science.  

Course objectives:
a) To introduce the students to the area of intelligence systems and services; to acquire basic knowledge of terminology.
b) To understand the tasks of national intelligence systems and services, as well as business intelligence systems and services.
c) To make the students competent in selecting methods for distinguishing nature of information, disinformation and intelligence.

Quality check and success of the course:
Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Gordan Akrap: “Specijalni rat 1-3”, Despot infinitus, Zagreb, 2012.
2. Anton Grizold: «Međunarodna sigurnost. Teorijsko-institucionalni okvir», Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb, 1998
3. Lisa Krizan: «Intelligence Essentials For Everyone», Joint Military Intelligence College, Washington, DC, June 1999
4. George J. Stein, AWC: «INFORMATION WARFARE», Airpower Journal - Spring 1995.,  http://www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil/airchronicles/apj/spr95.html
5. M. Tuđman: «HIS: 1993-1998. Prvih pet godina Hrvatske izvještajne službe», Nacionalna sigurnost i budućnost, Zbornik 1., Zagreb: udruga sv. Jurja, 2001., str. 23-51.
6. M. Tuđman: «Prikazalište znanja», Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, Zagreb, 2003, str. 29. - 50.
7. M. Tuđman: «Informacijska znanost i informcijsko ratište», Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, Zagreb, 2008.
8. Vladimir Volkov: «Dezinformacija. Od trojanskog konja do interneta», Naš dom, Beograd, 2001.

Subject: Intelligence Systems
Course: Business Intelligence
Course holder: Miroslav Tuđman, full professor
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: one semester
Status: elective for all
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar every week
Assessment: oral exam and seminar report
Prerequisites: none

Course description:
The course will give the insight into the area and subject of business intelligence (BI), BI processes, BI technologies and BI softwer tools. It will also present the intelligence cycle: forming demands for intelligence, gathering information from open sources, processing of gathered information, analysis and production of intelligence. The categories of business intelligence will be discussed as well as the business intelligence and knowledge management. Also, it will teach the security policy and intelligence policy of the firms: physical protection, technical protection, data protection and counter-intelligence protection. Basic terminology will be given: open sources, processing methods and techniques. Legal bases of data gathering and data protection will be described as well as the national intelligence services and business intelligence agencies.
Information, intelligence and misinformation are also among the topics of the course as well as the development strategies for 21st century: globalisation and business intelligence.

Course objective:
• To introduce the students to the area of business intelligence; to acquire basic knowledge of terminology
• To understand the tasks of business intelligence services
• To make the students competent in selecting methods for information gathering and preparing business intelligence.

Reading list:
1. Bernard Jaworski and Liang Chee Wee. Competitive Intelligence: Creating Value for the Organization, 1993, SCIP Publications.
2. Jan P. Herring. Measuring the Effectiveness of Competitive Intelligence, 1999, SCIP Publications.
3. Miroslav Tuđman: HIS: 1993-1998. Prvih pet godina hrvatske
izvještajne službe. Nacionala sigurnost i budućnost, Zbornik 1. Zagreb:
Udruga Sv. Jurja, 2001., str. 23-51.
4. Bazdan, Z.: Poslovna obavještajna djelatnost – ključan čimbenik poslovne izvrsnosti. Case study: Industrijska špijunaža, Poslovna izvrsnost Zagreb, God.III (2009), br.1, str. 58-59.
5. Bilandžić M., Mikulić I.: Business intelligence i nacionalna sigurnost, Polemos 10 (2007.) 1, ISSN 1331-5595, Zagreb 2007.
6. Dedijer S.: Ragusa Intelligence & Security (RIS) - A Model for the 21st Century!?, NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE FUTURE 3-4(1) 2000.
7. Božidar Javorović, Mirko Bilandžić: Poslovne informacije i business intelligence. Zagreb: Golden marketing - Tehnička knjiga, 2007.

Additional reading list:
1. John E. Prescott and Stephen H. Miller. Proven Strategies in Competitive Intelligence, 2001, SCIP/John Wiley & Sons.
2. Neil J. Simon and Albert B. Blixt. Navigating in a Sea of Change, 1996, SCIP Publications.
3. Krizan, L. Intelligence Essentials for Everyone, Washington: Joint Military Intelligence College, 1999.
4. Mintas-Hodak, Lj. (ur.) Uvod u Europsku uniju, Zagreb: Zagrebačka škola ekonomije i managementa, 2004.
5. Panian, Ž; Klepac, G. Poslovna inteligencija, Zagreb: Masmedia, 2003.
6. Sigurnost i obrana Republike Hrvatske u euroatlantskom kontekstu. Uredili: Tomislav Smerić i Gabrijela Sabol Biblioteka Zbornici - Knjiga 36 Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar Zagreb, 2009.

Subject:
Course: Indexing and retrieval systems 2
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester    
Status: Compulsory
Method of teaching: lectures, seminar/colloquium
Prerequisite: Indexing and retrieval systems 2        
Assessment: oral exam, tutorial, colloquium        

Course description:
Subject access to information. Methods and results in subject indexing. The indexing process and quality in subject indexing. The problem of subject analysis and aboutness. Dimensions of aboutness: exhaustivity and specifity. The objective and subjective paradigm in subject indexing. Automatic subject indexing. Thesauri: standards, structure and development. Subject headings: advantages and disadvantages and future trends. Principles of subject languages. Ontologies and folksonomies.
Course objectives:
Students will acquire knowledge about and learn to develop different types of indexing languages, specifically subject headings, thesauri, ontologies and folksonomies, and learn about theoretical and practical frameworks in subject indexing.
After this course students will be able to:
1.differentiate between different types of indexing languages, 2. interprete the indexing process, 3. comment on different quality indicators in subject indexing, 4. understand differences between classification systems, subject headings and thesauri, 5. develop controlled languages/thesauri 6. conduct research on different subject index languages, 7. critically assess indexing languages in relation to current information environments
Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester. External evaluation will be done by fellow professors participating at the course and evaluating both course and teacher.

Reading list:
1. Albrechtsen, Hanne. Subject analysis and indexing: rrom automated indexing to domain analysis. // The Indexer  18, 4(1993), 219-224.
2. Beghtol, Clare. Bibliographic classification theory and text Linguistics: aboutness analysis, intertextuality and the cognitive act of classifying documents. // Journal of documentation 42, 2(1986), 84-113.
3. Hjorland, Birger. Towards a theory of aboutness, subject, topicality, theme, domain, field, content . . . and relevance. // Journal of the american society for information science and technology 52, 9(2001), 774-778
4. Mai, Jens-Erik. Analysis in indexing: document and domain centered approaches. // Information processing and management 41(2005), 500-611.
5. Svenonius, E. Intelektualne osnove organizacije informacija. Lokve:Benja, 2005.
6. Špiranec, Sonja; Ivanjko, Tomislav. Predmetni jezici s korisničkim jamstvom: što možemo naučiti od folksonomija? // 15. seminar Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji : mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture : zbornik radova / Hassenay, Damir. ; Krtalić, Maja (ur.). - Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo , 2012. 57-72.

Dodatna literatura:
1. Peters, Isabella, Folksonomies: indexing and retrieval in Web 2.0. Berlin: De Gruyter Saur, 2009.
2. Špiranec, S.; Ivanjko, T. Korisničko označivanje tekstualnih i vizualnih informacija: što mogu očekivati AKM ustanove? 16. seminar Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji : mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske strukture : zbornik radova / Tomašević, Nives ; Despot, Ivana (ur.). - Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo , 2013. 66-79.
3. Špiranec, Sonja; Banek Zorica, Mihaela. Web 2.0 i Semantički web: ista ili različita odredišta? / 11. seminar Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji : mogućnost suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture / Willer, Mirna (ur.). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2008. Str. 27-43.

Subject:        
Course: Indexing and retrieval systems 1
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester    
Status: Compulsory
Method of teaching: lectures, tutorial, practical exercise
Prerequisite: -    
Assessment:

Course description:
Course objectives:

Students will acquire knowledge about different typologies and types of retrieval systems, definitions, theoretical concepts, practical developments and critically assess developments in the area of information retrieval
Students will be able to:
1. define main features of different retrieval systems, 2. understand differences between different types of retrieval systems, 3. know how to develop a search strategy and search for information by using complex syntax and search operators, 4. explain causal relationships between different indexing systems and retrieval functionalities, 5. interpret trends in the development of retrieval systems, 6. explain evaluation processes in retrieval
Quality check and success of the course:
Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students at the end of semester. External evaluation will be done by fellow professors participating at the course and evaluating both course and teacher.

Reading list:
1. Belkin, N. On the Evaluation of Interactive Information Retrieval Systems. Available at:  http://www.issisociety.info/peteringwersen/pif_online.pdf
2. Chowdhury, G.G. Introduction to modern information retrieval. London: LAP, 1999.
3. Dizdar, S. Od podataka do metapodataka. Sarajevo: Nacionalna i univerzitetska biblioteka Bosne i Hercegovine, 2011. (poglavlje Pretraživanje; str. 223 – 246)
4. Ellis, D. The Dilemma of Measurement in Information Retrieval. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47(1), 2006, 23-36.
5. Lancaster, F. W. Warner, A.J. Information retrieval today Arlington, Va: Information Resources Press, 1993.
6. Lesk, M. The Seven Ages of Information Retrieval Available at: http://archive.ifla.org/VI/5/op/udtop5/udtop5.htm
7. Rowley, J. The controlled versus natural indexing languages debate revisited: perspective on information retrieval practice and research. // Journal of Information Science, 20, 2(1994), str.108-119.
8. Saračević, T. Relevantnost i kako se istraživala. Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 50, 1/2(2007), 1-26.
9. Svenonius, E. Intelektualne osnove organizacije informacija. Lokve:Benja, 2005. (Chapter 8 and 9)
10. Šauperl, A. Precoordination or not?: A new view of the old question. // Journal of Documentation, Vol. 65 Iss: 5, pp.817 – 833.

Subject: Natural language processing
Course: Data-driven language modelling
ECTS credits: 4
Language: Croatian, English
Duration: 1 semester
Status: non-obligatory
Method of teaching: 1 h lectures + 2 h exercises per week
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written report, oral exam

Course description: Data-driven natural language processing. The role of language resources in language technology. Goals of language modeling. Deriving language models from language resources across the layers of linguistic processing. N-gram models. Algorithms for building and using language models. Statistical approaches to data sparsity. Hybrid language processing systems. Morphosyntactic tagging. Syntactic and semantic parsing. Information extraction.

Course objectives: Acquiring basic theoretical understaning and practical skills in language modeling for natural language processing using data-driven approaches.

Quality check and success of the course: Internal evaluation by teachers and students, external evaluation as defined by the University.
Reading list:
Manning, Schütze: Foundations of statistical natural language processing, MIT Press, 1999.
Jurafsky, Martin: Spech and language processing, Prentice-Hall, 2008.
Manning, Raghavan, Schütze: Introduction to information retrieval. CUP, 2008.

Course name: Grammar-Driven Language Models

Instructor: Kristina Kocijan, PhD, Assistant Professor

ECTS credits: 6

Status: elective

Form: 1 h lecture + 1 h seminar + 2 h lab

Prerequisites: 'Introduction to NLP' and 'Introduction to formal languages and automata'

Exam: writen, practical, seminar

Content: Introduction. Finite-State Automata (FSA), Recursive Transition Networks (RTNs), Enhanced Recursive Transition Networks (ERTNs), Context-Free Grammars (CFGs) and Context-Sensitive Grammars (CSGs). Regular Expressions. Building grammars with graphs and rules (local grammars, inflectional, derivational, lexical, orthographical, morphological, terminological, syntactic, semantic and translation grammars). Lexical analysis. Syntax analysis (chunkers and parsers). Disambiguation. Evaluation of analysis systems. Concordances. Language processing in the context of Big Data.

 

Objectives: Upon the completion of the course, the student should be able to:
-define and recognize automata and finite state transducers,

-define, explain and use grammars built with rules or graphs,

-independently build, explain and use regular expressions in grammars and pattern recognition,

-independently build simple and complex queries on text using regular expressions and syntactic grammars,

-independently and/or in team work build, explain and use grammar built with graphs,

-independently and/or in team work build a system for analysis of written text in any language,

-evaluate existing or new system for the thext analysis.


Recommended reading:

1. Steven Abney: Parsing by Chunks, u Principle-Based Parsing,(eds.) R. Berwick, S.Abney, C. Tenny, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 257-278, 1991.
2. Steven Abney: Partial Parsing via Finite-State Cascades, u Workshop on Robust Parsing, (eds.) J. Carroll, ESSLLI'96, 8-15, 1996.
3. Steven Abney: Part-of-Speech Tagging and Partial Parsing, u Corpus-Based Methods in Language and Speech, (eds.) K. Church, S. Young, G. Bloothooft, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1996.
4. James Allen: Natural Language Understanding, 2nd edition, The Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company, Inc., Redwood City, 1995. (u knjižnici)
5. Kenneth R. Beesley, Lauri Karttunen: Finite Morphology, CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2003. (u knjižnici)
6. John Carroll: Parsing, u The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics, Ruslan Mitkov (ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 233-248, 2003. (u knjižnici)
7. David Clemenceau: Finite-State Morphology: Inflections and Derivations in a Single Framework Using Dictionaries and Rules, u Finite-State Language Processing, (eds.) E. Roche, Y. Schabes, The MIT Press, London, 67–98, 1997.
8. Zdravko Dovedan, Formalni jezici: sintaksna analiza, Zavod za informacijske studije, 2003.
9. Maurice Gross: Local Grammars and their representation by finite automata, u Data, Description, Discourse: Papers on the English Language in honour of John McH sinclair, (ed.) M. Hoey, 26-38, 1993.
10. Maurice Gross: The Construction of Local Grammars, u Finite-State Language Processing, (eds.) E. Roche, Y. Schabes, MIT Press, London, 329-354, 1997.
11. Dick Grune, Ceriel Jacobs: Parsing Techniques: A Practical Guide, Ellis Horwood Limited, West Sussex, 1998.
12. Udo Hahn, Geert Adriaens: Parallel Natural Language Processing: Background and Overview, u Parallel Natural Language Processing, ed. G. Adriaens, U. Hahn, Ablex Publishing Corporation, New Yersey, 1-134, 1994.
13. James E. Hoard: Language understanding and the emerging alignment of linguistics and natural language processing, u Using Computers in Linguistics: A Practical Guide, (eds) J. Lawler, H. Aristar Dry, Routledge, London, 197-230, 1998. (u knjižnici)
14. Daniel Jurafsky, James H. Martin: Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, and Speech Recognition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000. (u knjižnici)
15. Lauri Karttunen: Finite-State Technology, u The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics, Ruslan Mitkov (ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 339-357, 2003. (u knjižnici)
16. Emmanuel Roche: Parsing with Finite-State Transducers, u Finite-State Language Processing, (eds.) E. Roche, Y. Schabes, The MIT Press, London, 241 – 282, 1997.Max D.Silberztein:NooJ, 2009.
17. Atro Voutilainen:Designing a (Finite-State) Parsing Grammar, u Finite-State Language Processing, (eds.) E. Roche, Y. Schabes, The MIT Press, London, 283 – 310, 1997.
18. Kristina Vučković, Marko Tadić, Zdravko Dovedan:Rule Based Chunker for Croatian, u Proceeding of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation LREC 2008, Marakeš: ELRA, 2008.
19. Kristina Vučković, Nives Mikelić Preradović, Zdravko Dovedan: Verb Valency Enhanced Croatian Lexicon, u Proceedings of NooJ 2008, Budimpešta, Mađarska, 2008.

Subject: Museum institution
Course: Museum management   
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of practical classes  
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written report with discussion

Course description:
National culture policy and the place of the heritage institutions there; Professional institutions, associations and services responsible for the museums in Croatia; Museum and other relevant laws; Museum typology; Idea and realization of the National museum network; Philosophy and the main functions of the management in general; Museum management; Museum governance: museum board and director's responsibility; Planning in the museum – mission, objectives, strategies. Financial management; Museum profession; Management of the people in the museum world: from the planning to the controlling; Volunteers in the museums; Performance measurement-Benchmarking; Conclusion.  

Course objectives:
Learners should recognize the social and cultural environment of the Croatian museums today, understand the philosophy and functions of the museum management as well as the main museum resources. They should be able to apply basically all of that on the practical problems in the managing of Croatian museums.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Moore, K. (Ed). Museum Management. London, N.Y: Routledge, 1994 (Poglavlja: 2, 3, 13, 26, 28).
2. Vujić, Ž. (Ur). Upravljanje u muzejima. /Tematski blok u časopisu/ Informatica museologica, br1-2, 2002, str. 6-60.  

Additional reading list:
1. Maroević, I. Muzejska profesija - kriteriji i etika u: Anali Galerija A. Agustinčića, br. 16-17, 2001, str. 143-157.
2. Vujić, Ž. Obrazac osnutka prvih muzeja u Zagrebu. Muzeologija, br 37, 2000, str. 21-31.

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Lexicography
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: Lecture/seminar (2 hrs.)
Prerequisite: Introduction to lexicography
Assessment: written exam, classroom participation

Course description:
The course develops topics covered in ‘Introduction to Lexicography’ and deals with specific aspect of dictionary making. Topics include: the boundary between dictionary and encyclopedia (knowledge of language and knowledge of the world); minimal and maximal lexical units, the boundary between lexicon and grammar; representing systematic relations of meaning among words; writing definitions: common principles and practices; translation equivalent vs. definition; organizing and managing a dictionary project. Language-specific lexicographical problems are discussed (with special regard to Croatian).

Course objectives:
The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with various theoretical and practical aspects of dictionary compilation and to prepare them to work on dictionary projects.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Béjoint, H. (2000) Modern Lexicography (An Introduction), Oxford: OUP
2. Landau, S. (2001) Dictionaries, The Art and Craft of Lexicography, 2nd ed., Cambridge: CUP
3. Hartmann, R. R. K. (2003) Lexicography, Critical Concepts, London: Routledge (selected ch.)
4. Starkenburg, P. van (2003) A Practical guide to Lexicography, Amsterdam/Philadelphia John Benjamins (selected ch.)
5. Tafra, B. (1995) Jezikoslovna razdvojba, Zagreb: Matica hrvatska (selected ch.)

Additional reading list:
1. Bratanić, M. (1989) Rječnik i kultura, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet
2. Hausemann, F.J., O.Reichmann, H.E.Wiegand & L.Zgusta (eds.) (1989-91), Dictionaries, An International Encyclopedia of Lexicography, Vol. I-III, Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter (selected ch.)
3. Tafra, B.. Povijesna načela normiranja leksika, RIHJJ 23-24, 1997-1998, 325-343.
4. Zgusta, L. (1971) Manual of Lexicography, The Hague: Mouton

Subject: Lexicography and encyclopaedica
Course: Introduction to encyclopaedica
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: obligatory for DHI study, elective for all other studies
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of practical work every week
Prerequisites: Language databases
Assessment: oral presentation of one scientific paper in the field of encyclopaedica as well as the modelling of one encyclopaedic entry and adding of that entry into online encyclopaedia

Course description:
The course gives the basic terms in the field of encyclopaedica. It explains the human need for the organization of the knowledge sources. It also gives the short historic overview of encyclopaedias starting from the first encyclopaedic records up to the French encyclopaedists and contemporary electronic encyclopaedias. Croatian encyclopaedias and the famous encyclopaedists are discussed. Also, classification of encyclopaedias is explained, methods and criteria for knowledge organization in encyclopaedias are presented and key rules for the modelling of the encyclopaedic entry are given. Encyclopaedias and new media are also explored, as well as topics such as: encyclopaedias as epochal historical images of world.
Course practical comprises the research in the field of electronic and online encyclopaedias such as Britannica and Encarta, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Artcyclopedia, Encyclopedia Mythica, etc. Students will model the encyclopaedic entry on their own and will participate in modelling of the principles and knowledge organization in a shared electronic encyclopaedia. They will also add their own entries into online encyclopaedia and thus will take part into creation of such an encyclopaedia.

Course objectives:
Students should learn how to use the general and specific online encyclopaedias for the purpose of retrieval of the reliable, secure and reviewed information. They should be able to model the encyclopaedic entry on their own and to participate in modelling of the principles and knowledge organization in a shared electronic encyclopaedia.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Damir Boras, Nenad Prelog. Enciklopedija budućnosti: interaktivni izvor znanja, Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, 10 (2001), pp. 145-153, Sažetak, Summary, Lit. 6.
2. Umberto Eco, Od Interneta do Gutenberga, 1996.
3. Antun Vujić, Utemeljivanje enciklopedijske leksikografije kao informacijske znanosti, u: Slavko Tkalac i Miroslav Tuđman, uredili, Informacijske znanosti i znanje, Zagreb: Zavod za informacijske studije, 1990: 141-146.

Additional reading list:
1. Igor Gostl, Od glagoljskih lucidarija do "Hrvatske enciklopedije", u: Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, Zagreb: 1995, 81-124.
2. Radoslav Katičić, Enciklopedizam kao motiv književne i kulturne povijesti, u: Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, Zagreb: 1991, 15-18.
3. Tomislav Ladan, Enciklopedije: izmedju zamisljivog i provedivog obrasca, u. Encyclopaedia Moderna, 364-369.
4. Nenad Prelog, Damir Boras. Bibliografski izvori znanja na novim medijima, Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, 10 (2001), pp. 155-159, Sažetak, Summary, Lit. 4.
5. Antun Vujić, Razvitak enciklopedistike i enciklopedijsko vrednovanje, u: Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, Zagreb: 1991, 25-44.
6. Ljerka Schiffler, Ideja enciklopedizma i filozofijsko mišljenje, Zagreb: 1989.
7. Ljerka Schiffler-Premec, Znanstvena spoznaja i enciklopedije, u: Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, Zagreb: 1991, 19-24.
8. Zgusta, Ladislav. Priručnik leksikografije. Sarajevo : Svjetlost, 1991.

Subject: Database programming
Course: Database programming
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hour + 2 hour of practical class
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: practical and oral exam
 
Course description:
Basics concepts of database design. SQL server. SQL queries. Tables and creating  relationships between tables. Indexes, views, stored procedures, triggers. Object models ADO and ADO.net. Data driven controls. Cursors. Database programming using ADO and ADO.net objects. Locking. Concurrence. Database locking levels and mechanisms. Mutual exclusion. Application locking. Replication. Database security.
During the semester students are expected to do project based practical work.

Course objectives:
The objective of this course is for students to get acquainted with procedures of database design. By working on concrete problems, students will acquire proficiency in different programming skills in database design. To achieve this objective, students will have opportunity of using some of the available SQL servers and visual programming tools.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Radovan, M.: Baza podataka, Informator, Zagreb, 1993.
2. Date, C. J.: An Introduction to Database Systems, Addison-Wesley publishing Company, New York. 1994.
3. Gunderloy M., J. Joreden: SQL server 2000, Sybex Inc., 2000.
4. Dobson R.: Programing SQL server 2000, Miscrosoft Press, 2002.

Subject: Information technology and applications
Course: Digital archives
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 hour lecture and 1 hour of practical classes per week
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and oral exam

Course description:
Functions and procedures of organization of digital archives. Comparative analysis of similarities and differences between digital archives, digital libraries and digital collections. Logical structure and information objects in digital archives. OAIS reference model. How digital archives work: submission of materials (protocols and fotmats of packets – Submission Information Package (SIP)), verification and ingest, archival information package (AIP), dissemination information package (DIP). Running and controlling metadata and repositories of information objects. Long-term preservation (media refreshment, conversion and migration, data formats suitable for preservation).

Course objectives:
The main objective of the course is to gain knowledge of the problems, principles of organization and function of digital archives. Understanding the principles and methodologies of data ingest, content organization and long-term preservation as well as understanding requests concearned with the management of information objects within the digital archives / repositories.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Catherine Dhérent, Elektronički zapisi. Priručnik. Zagreb, HDA, 2003.
2. Bellinger, Meg, Understanding Digital Preservation: A Report from OCLC, u: The State of Digital Preservation: An International Perspective, Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), Washington, D.C., SAD, srpanj 2002., str. 38-48.
3. Lavoie, Brian F., The Open Archival Information System Reference Model: Introductory Guide, DPC Technology Watch Series Report 04-01, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. and Digital Preservation Coalition, 2004., <http://www.dpconline.org/ docs/lavoie_OAIS.pdf>
4. Verhoeven, Hans, Archiving Web Publications, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 6, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>

Additional reading list:
1. Archival Information Package (AIP), Library of Congress, SAD, 2002., <http://lcweb. loc.gov/rr/mopic/avprot/AIPStudy_v19.pdf>
2. ConsultativeCommittee forSpace Data Systems, CCSDS 650.0-B-1: Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Washington, DC, SAD, 2002., <http://ssdoo.gsfc.nasa.gov/nost/ wwwclassic/documents/pdf/CCSDS-650.0-B-1.pdf>
3. Diessn, Raymond J. van, Preservation Requirements in a Deposit System, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 3, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>

Subject: Archival legislation
Course: Archival legislation
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: oral exam

Course description:
Introductory notes: definition and scope of the subject, culture and cultural activities, legal regulations on cultural activities, cultural heritage and cultural policy (protection of cultural and natural monuments, libraries, museums, archives), cinematography, multiple-meaning term press and information, especially radio diffusion and television, organizations and associations, theatre and music activities, associations' and federations' legal regulations.
International archival legislation. International archival contracts: history and contemporary tendencies.
International conventions on protection of cultural assets during wars or natural disasters (the Hague Convention, Unidroit Convention). UNESCO and archives. International archival disputes.
Development of archival legislation in Croatia. Laws, regulations, declarations, resolutions, decrees, orders, rule books, instructions, decisions and internal regulations.
Guidelines. Analysis of principles of the Archives and Archival Institutions Act and of elements of the principles. Analysis of several most important regulations. Regulations on functioning and competences of archives. Regulations on free access to information, confidentiality, protection of privacy, rights and interests of individuals and groups.
Copyright. Validity of records on unconventional media, machine-readable records. Archives and the public: getting to know the role of archives in the society and the organization of customer service.

Course objectives:
Students are acquainted with the principles of cultural assets protection, with international and Croatian archival legislation, as well as with regulations on access to information, on protection of individual rights and other regulations concerning information and archives.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. M. Rastić (ed.), Arhivi i arhivsko gradivo. Zbirka pravnih propisa 1828-1997.,  Zagreb, Hrvatski državni arhiv, 1998.
2. B. Stulli, Arhivistika i arhivska služba. Studije i prilozi. Zagreb, Hrvatski državni arhiv, 1997.
3. B. Stulli (ed.), Priručnik iz arhivistike, Zagreb, Hrvatski državni arhiv, 1977., poglavlje XX, str. 310-319.
4. Zaštita osobnih podataka i dostupnost informacija. Preporuke Vijeća Europe, Zagreb 2002.

Additional reading list:
1. Hervé Bastien, Droit des archives. La documentation Française, Paris 1996.
2. R. Beautier, Arhivi u međunarodnom životu, Arhivist, 2, 1961, str. 117-173.
3. Etički kodeks arhivista. Hrvatski državni arhiv, Zagreb 1997.
4. Josip Kolanović, Osnovna načela i smjernice nacrta novoga arhivskog zakona, Arhivski vjesnik 37 (1994), str. 49-61.

Subject: Conservation of materials and data
Course: Digital records preservation
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 hour lecture and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and oral exam

Course description:
Course starts with the overview of the history of preservation. Than a comparative analysis of traditional record and electronic record is given. Than follows the explanation of the structure of electronic records (physical, logical and conceptual level), differences in the formats for recording text, photographs, audio and video streams, multimedia etc. The multilayerness of the problem of digital preservation is shown. It is followed by the analysis of the problems concearning longevity, viewing, access, coding and interconnection of digital materials as well as responsibility for their archiving, format conversion and copyright. The role of metadata in the preservation of digital documents is explained. The lectures than cover the principles and methods of preservation of electronic materials (media refreshment, migration of records, emulation, virtual machine, universal virtual computer (UVC) etc.), authenticity in the digital environment, formats of interchange of preserved materials (XML etc.), principles and methods of protection of electronic records (security mechanisms, Decree on storage and special measures of technical protection of special categories of personal data issued by the Government of the Republic of Croatia, NN 139-04, procedures in case of catastrophe etc.). Overview of the standards and refference models important for the protection and long-term preservatio of electronic records (OAIS, EAD etc). Results of important international projects are shown (InterPares, PADI, PANDORA, NEDLIB, CAMiLEON etc.). Course ends with the information of the latest results of the research in the field of digital preservation.

Course objectives:
The main objective of the course is to gain knowledge of the problems and principles of protection of electronic records and their long-term preservation, techniques and methods of taking care of damaged electronic records as well as standards and international projects concearned with digital preservation along with future research tendencies in the field.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Diessn, Raymond J. van, Werf-Davelaar, Titia van der, Authenticity in a Digital Environment, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 2, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>
2. Lavoie, Brian F., The Open Archival Information System Reference Model: Introductory Guide, DPC Technology Watch Series Report 04-01, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. and Digital Preservation Coalition, 2004., <http://www.dpconline.org/docs/lavoie_OAIS.pdf>
3. Stančić, Hrvoje, Očuvanje elektroničkih informacijskih objekata: arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji – zajednička koncepcija, u: Katić, Tinka (ur.), Zbornik 7. seminara Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji, Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, Zagreb, 2004., str. 26-35.
4. Stančić, Hrvoje, Sustavi zaštite kao preduvjet za dokazivanje autentičnosti digitalnog gradiva, u: 5. seminar Arhivi, knjižnice i muzeji. Mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture, Zagreb, 2002., str. 26-31.
5. Thibodeau, Kenneth, Overview of Technological Approaches to Digital Preservation and Challenges in Coming Years, u: The State of Digital Preservation: An International Perspective, Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), Washington, D.C., SAD, srpanj 2002., str. 4-31.
6. Uredba o načinu pohranjivanja i posebnim mjerama tehničke zaštite posebnih kategorija osobnih podataka Vlade RH, NN 139/04

Additional reading list:
1. Duranti, Luciana, Estwood, Terry, MacNeil, Heather, Preservation of the Integrity of Electronic Records, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Nizozemska, 2002.
2. Long-term Preservation of Authentic ER: Findings of the InterPARES Project, The, 2001., <http://www.interpares.org/book/index.htm>
3. Jones, Maggie, Beagrie, Neil, Preservation Management of Digital Materials. A Handbook, The British Library, London, 2001.; on-line verzija na: <http://www.dpconline.org>
4. Schneier, Bruce, Secrets & Lies. Digital Security in a Networked World, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., USA, 2000.
5. Webb, Colin, Digital Preservation – A Many-Layerd Thing: Experience at the National Library of Australia, u: The State of Digital Preservation: An International Perspective, Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), Washington, D.C., SAD, srpanj 2002., str. 65-77.
6. Ždrnja, Bojan, Što su i kako rade virusi, Biblioteka Prvi korak, Bug & SysPrint, Zagreb, 2003.

Subject: Information technology and applications
Course: Metadata in resource management
ECTS credits:
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of practical classes
Prerequisite: Creating and Managing Records Systems
Assessment: oral exam

Course description:
Characteristics of records. Registering data about context. Metadata term. Ways of registering data. Linking metadata to the record.
Metadata models (Dublin Core, Public Record Office Functional Requirements, MoReq etc).

Course objectives:
Students are acquainted with metadata models.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Model zahtjeva za upravljanje elektroničkim zapisima – MoReq, Hrvatski državni arhiv, Zagreb 2003.
2. Jozo Ivanović, Sheme metapodataka i upravljanje dokumentima, Arhivski vjesnik 44 (2001), str. 103-121.

Additional reading list:
1. Tomislav Ćepulić, MoReq i uredsko poslovanje. Arhivski vjesnik 46 (2003), str. 77 84
2. Requirements for Electronic Records Management Systems, Public Record Office, London 2002. (URL: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk///)
3. Jozo Ivanović, Mirna Willer, Goran Zlodi, Dublin Core: uvodne informacije, Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji. Mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture, sv. 2/3, Hrvatsko muzejsko društvo, Zagreb 2000., str. 206.
4. Sadržaj podataka za odabir i oblik odrednica (pristupnica) prema elementima Dublin Corea, Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji. Mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture, sv. 2/3, Hrvatsko muzejsko društvo, Zagreb 2000., str. 207-215.

Subject: Information technology and applications
Course: Digitization and migration of documents
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 1 hour lecture and 1 hour of practical classes per week
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: oral exam

Course description:
Lectures cover the process of digitization which is organized in the following steps: defining the purpose and objectives of digitization process, selection and preparation of materials, organization of the process of digitization, selection of appropriate techniques, methods, hardware and software, digitization and quality check, postprocessing and storage of digitized materials, long-term preservation, conversion and migration. The problems of management of digitization projects are also explained.
Practical classes follow the courses. Students exercise the steps of digitization in the information laboratory (InfoLab), try out different settings of hardware and software and conduct a comparative analysis of the results.

Course objectives:
The main objective of the course is to gain knowledge of the fundamental principles of the process of digitization – selection of materials, return of investment analysis, preparation of materials, organization of the process of digitization, quality check and adjustment of digitization parametars, postprocessing, organization and indexing techniques, long-term preservation of electronic materials. The knowledges of managing a digitization project are also to be acquired.
The main objective of practical classes is to learn to work with the hardware and software involved in the process of digitization.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Diessn, Raymond J. van, Rijnsoever, Ben J. van, Managing Media Migration in a Deposit System, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 5, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>
2. Frey, Franziska S., Reilly, James M., Digital Imaging for Photographic Collections, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, 1999., <http://www.rit.edu/~661www1/sub_pages/digibook.pdf>
3. Handbook for Digital Projects: A Management Tool for Preservation and Access, ur. Sitts, Maxine K., Northeast Document Conversion Center, Andover, Massachusetts, 2000., <http://www.nedcc.org/digital/dman.pdf>, poglavlja: II, IV, VI, VII, IX
4. Smjernice za korištenje elektroničkih informacija, Hrvatski državni arhiv, 1999.
5. Stančić, Hrvoje, Proces digitalizacije, u: J. Lasić-Lazić (ur.), Informacijske znanosti u procesu promjena, Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znanosti Filozofskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2005., str. 45-84

Additional reading list:
1. Ang, Tom, Digitalna fotografija - priručnik, Znanje, Zagreb, 2003.
2. Diessn, Raymond J. van, Preservation Requirements in a Deposit System, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 3, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>
3. Lorie, Raymond, The UVC: a Method for Preserving Digital Documents – Proof of Concept, KB/IBM Long-Term Preservation Study Report No. 4, IBM Netherlands, Amsterdam, 2002., <http://www.kb.nl/>

Course: Digital library II
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 1 hour of lectures and 1 hour of seminar.
The students make presentations on particular digital libraries, e-resources
material and digitalisation projects.
Prerequisite:
Assessment: oral exam

Course description:
Commercial publishers and distributors of e-resources. Full text databases. International projects stimulating digitalisation. Acquisition of original e-resources aimed at compiling a digital library (IFLA Licensing Principles). Interlibrary loan. Copyright protection as a basis for usage of e-resources (WIPO, EU, IFLA). Print-on-demand as a form of e-resources distribution. Technical protection and e-resources archiving. E-resources in Croatian libraries.

Course objectives:
The course enables students to deepen their knowledge on digital library operations.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list
1. Arms, W. Y. Digital libraries. Cambridge (Mass.) : MIT Press, 2000.
2. Byrum, J. D. jr. Challenges of providing bibliographic access to remote electronic resources in national bibliographies: problems and solutions – an overview. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
3. Degerstedt, S. Cataloguing and organizing library workflow – new ways. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
4. Digital library use : social practice in design and evaluation / edited by Ann Peterson Bishop <et al.>. Cambridge (Mass.) : MIT Press, 2003.
5. Digital Preservation. Library of Congress. URL: http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndiipp/
6. Gatenby, P. Legal deposit, electronic publications and digital archiving – the National Library of Australia's experience. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm.
7. Haddad, P; Gatenby, P. Providing bibliographic access to archived online resources: the National Library of Australia's approach. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
8. Hansen, R. D. A multifaceted strategy for a national bibliography on electronic resources. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
9. IFLA  licensing principles. IFLANET . URL: http://www.ifla.org/V/ebpb/copy.htm
10. IFLA position on copyright in the digital environment. IFLANET. URL: http://www.ifla.org/III/clm/p1/pos-dig.htm
11. Smith, R.The European Library Project: managing bibliographic standards at the European level. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
12. Trier, G. v. Access to electronic publications in TEL: . v. Access to electronic publications in TEL: a common interest of national libraries and publishers.  68th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 18-24, 2002. URL: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla68/prog02.htm
13. Umlauf, K. Medienkunde. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 2000.
14. Živković, D. Elektronička knjiga. Zagreb : Multigraf, 2001.

Course: Bibliographic organisation II
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures and 2 hours of practical classes
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written and oral exams

Course description:
International standard bibliographic description for special types of material: ISBDs. International catalogue handbooks and rules for description of various types of material. Comparison with the Croatian cataloguing code. FRBR. OPACs. Metadata. Union catalogues. Networked catalogue and bibliographic databases. Compilation and presentation of lists, bibliographic citing of units of digital and non-book material.

Course objectives:
To enable students to describe various types of non-book and digital material.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list
1. AACR : Anglo-American Cataloging Rules. Chicago : ALA, 1988. Poglavlje: Elektronički izvori.
2. BYRUM, J. D. The birth and re-birth of the ISBDs : process and procedures for creating and revising the International Standard Bibliographic descriptions. // IFLA journal 27(2001), str. 34-37.
3. ISBD(CR) : International Standard Bibliographic Description for Serials and Other Continuing Resources. Revised from the ISBD(S). München : Saur, 2002. Hrv. prijevod u izdanju Hrvatskoga knjižničarskog društva u tisku
4. ISBD(NBM) : Međunarodni standardni bibliografski opis neknjižne građe. Prerađeno izd. Zagreb : HBD, 1993.
5. ISBD(ER) : Međunarodni standardni bibliografski opis elektroničke građe. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2001.
6. FUNCTIONAL requirements for bibliographic records. München K. G. Saur, 1998. Ili slovenski prijevod: Funkcionalne zahteve za bibliografske zapise. Ljubljana : Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za bibliotekarstvo, 2000.
7. HAKALA, J. Dublinski osnovni skup elemenata metapodataka. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 43, 1/2(2000), str. 49-68.
8. JURIČIĆ, V. Jedinstveni stvarni naslov za glazbene publikacije. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 32(1989), str. 1-30.
9. Lazinger, S. S. Digital preservation and metadata : history, theory, practice. Englewood, Co. : Libraries Unlimited, 2001.
10. SANDBERG-Fox, A. M. ISBD(ER) i novi razvojni smjerovi u obradi elektroničke građe. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 46, 1/2(2003), str. 50-59.
11. SMJERNICE za primjenu ISBD-a na opis sastavnica. Zagreb : Hrvatsko bibliotekarsko društvo, 1989.
12. SVENONIUS, E. The Intellectual foundation of information organization. Cambridge, Mass. ; London : The MIT Press, 2000.
13. TAYLOR, A. G. The organization of information. Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, 1999. Str. 1-130.

Course: Publishing and booktrade
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian, German
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite:
Assessment: oral exam

Course description:
Contemporary definition of concepts: publisher, distributor, publishing. Traditional and online publishing. Price and distribution. Print-on-demand technique. Real and network bookstores. Book fairs. Publishers’ and librarians’ catalogues. Historic survey of printing and publishing in Croatia (selection of topics). Contemporary publishing in Croatia. Statistic indicators. Book market research. Rationalisation of the book sector. Development of numbering and coding systems for publishing products: ISBN, ISSN, ISMN, ISAN, SICI, BICI. Machine-readable code EAN. ISCW specification for unpublished contents. E-commerce and development of DOI and URN specification. Standardisation of identification systems. Metadata for various business operating systems.

Course objectives:
The students shall learn about the development of publishing and librarianship (traditional and electronic) with special reference to the development of identification systems and their importance for printed and electronic material.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list
1. Hakala, J. Dublinski osnovni skup elemenata metapodataka. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 43,1/2(2000), str. 49-68.
2. KLAIĆ, V. Knjižarstvo u Hrvata. Zagreb : S. Kugli, 1922.
3. STIPČEVIĆ, A. Povijest knjige. Zagreb : NZMH, 1985.
4. ŽIVKOVIĆ, D. Elektronička knjiga. Zagreb : Multigraf, 2001.
5. ŽIVKOVIĆ, D. Nakladnici knjiga i nota u Hrvatskoj 1997/98 : adresar. Zagreb : Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica, 1997.

Publishing and Booktrade is a subject taught in several courses, e.g. Printers and publishers of Zagreb in 19th – 20th century; A book from writer to reader; E-publishing; Croatian periodicals in the European context

Course: Book and reading
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 hour of lectures and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisites:
Assessment: oral, written report

Course description:
Postindustrial society - Information society, social role of the information comunication technology.
Oral communication, written communication, online communication. The concept of literacy. Literacy in the information society. The concept of reading, history of reading and structure of readers. The future of reading in the information society – paper book vs. electronic book. Online global village.
The book as goods on the market. Book price. The book as an object, functional book and literary book. Bibliophylia (love of books) and bibliomania.
The concept of censorship. Censorship types. Control of the work of  printers, publishers and booksellers. The destruction of books. Censorship in libraries.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Castells, M. Informacijsko doba : ekonomija, društvo, kultura. Zagreb : Golden marketing, 2000-2003. Sv. 1 : Uspon umreženog društva. 2000. Sv. 2 : Moć identiteta. 2002. Sv. 3 : Kraj tisućljeća. 2003.
2. Levinson, P. Digitalni McLuhan. Zagreb : Izvori, 2001.
3. MacLuhan, M. Gutenbergova galaksija. Beograd : Nolit, 1973.
4. Manguel, A. Povijest čitanja. Zagreb : Prometej, 2001.
5. Stipčević, A. Sudbina knjige. Lokve : “Benja”, 2000.

Additional reading list:
1. Coetzee, J. M. Giving offense : essays on censorship. Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 1996.
2. Dominick, J. R. The dynamics of mass communication. 3rd ed. New York [etc.] : McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, cop. 1990.
3. Escarpit, R. Revolucija knjige. Zagreb : Prosvjeta, 1972.
4. Grbelja, J. Cenzura u hrvatskom novinstvu : 1945.-1990. Zagreb : Jurčić, 1998.
5. Halmi, A. Temelji kvantitativne analize u društvenim znanostima. Zagreb : Alinea, 1999.
6. Horrocks, C. Marshall McLuhan i virtualnost. Zagreb : Jesenski i Turk, 2001.
7. Knjiga kao simbol. // Europska književnost i latinsko srednjovjekovlje / Ernst Robert Curtius. Zagreb : Naprijed, 1998. Str. 322-376.
8. Libraries in post-industrial society / edited by Leigh Estabrook. Phoenix : Oryx Press [etc.], cop. 1977.
9. Sabolović-Krajina, D. Čitalački interesi tinejđera. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske. 36 (1993), str. 59-66.
10. Sabolović-Krajina, D. Neki aspekti čitalačke kulture mladih. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske. 32 (1989), str. 71-94.
11. Stipčević, A. Cenzura kao ograničavajući faktor u širenju informacija. // Informacijske znanosti i znanje / uredili Slavko Tkalac, Miroslav Tuđman. Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znasnosti, 1993. Str. 131-138.
12. Stipčević, A. Cenzura u knjižnicama. Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znasnosti, 1992.
13. Stipčević, A. Kako izbjeći cenzora. Zagreb : Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, 1997.
14. Stipčević, A. O savršenom cenzoru iliti Priručnik protiv štetnih knjiga i njihovih autora. Zagreb : Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1994.
15. Stipčević, A. Obavezni primjerak između kulture i cenzure. // Knjižničarstvo : glasnik Društva knjižničara Slavonije i Baranje. 1(1997), str. 9-16.
16. Turčinec, Z. Cenzura u Nezavisnoj Državi Hrvatskoj. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske. 43 (2000), str. 79-90.

Subject: School libraries
Course: School libraries
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Methods of teaching: lectures, seminars
Prerequisites: -
Assesment: written, oral

Course description
The course gives a historical overview of the development of the school library in the world in general and Croatia in particular. Employment conditions, professional issues and government policies is analysed along with standards and legal regulations. Educational and research function of the school library is thoroughly analysed and school specific user policy is studied.

Course objectives:  
The objective of the course is to introduce students to the specific work, conditions and competencies required in school libraries in order to give them necessary skills to manage such a library environment.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Kovačević, D.  Lasić-Lazić, J. Lovrinčević, J,  Školska knjižnica - korak dalje. Zagreb : Filozofski Fakultet, Zavod za informacijske studije ; Altagama , 2004
1.2. Woolls, B. The school library media manager. Englewood, Co. : Libraries Unlimited, 1999.
1.3. Information literacy standards for student learning / prepared by the American Association of School Librarians [and] Associstion for Educational Communications and Technology Impresum:Chicago ; London : American Library Association, 1998.

Subject: Logical programming
Course: Logical programming
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of practical classes
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and oral exam

Course description:
Basic logical programming in predicate calculus. Predicate calculus as a language, syntax, clauses (target, programming, Horn), sentences (simple and complex, translating complex sentences into simple sentences). Substitution. Unification. Horn and standard form. Resolution. The application of the resolution rule on proposition calculus and predicate calculus. 2. Prolog and predicate logic: The specific quality of the Prolog with regards to predicate calculus. The resolution rule in the Prolog system. 3. Prolog: Syntax and semantics. Database. Calculating answers. Recursion. Data structure. Binary tree and basic operations with the binary tree. Back trace and cut. Standard and system predicates. Handling files. Input-output predicates. Practical classes use examples that follow the lectures.

Course objectives:
The students need to familiarize themselves with the theory and techniques of logic programming. Practical work will enable the student to master the techniques of logical programming. Programming language Prolog will be used for this purpose.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Čubrilo, M.: Matematička logika za ekspertne sisteme, Informator, Zagreb, 1989.
2. Radovan, M.: Programiranje u prologu, Informator, Zagreb, 1987.
3. Spencer-Smith, R.: Logic and Prolog, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991.

Subject: Formal languages and interpreters
Course: Theory of translation and application
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian/ English/ French
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour – 1 hour of seminar – 2 hours of practical classes
Prerequisite: Syntax Analysis Theory and Application
Assessment: Written report defense

Course description:
Introduction. Programming languages: generations of programming languages, procedural and nonprocedural languages, defining programming languages, languages with properties. Introduction to translation: necessity for translators, translation steps, and types of translators. Lexical analysis: direct lexical analysis, indirect lexical analysis. Syntax analysis of programming languages: recursive top down syntax analysis, syntax analysis managed by the transition table and actions. Translations: interpreters and preprocessors.
Practical classes closely follow the lectures. All theoretical discussions and definitions are further explained with appropriate examples. As an example of a simple programming language, syntax and semantics of Wirth's PL/0 language will be shown. Direct lexical analysis and recursive top down syntax analysis will be shown using the program for computing the real expressions. Examples of interpreter will be shown through the realization of PL/0 language translators. Preprocessor will be shown through the language D (don-D program).
In written reports students are to write a preprocessor for chosen language.

Course objectives:
Basic knowledge of formal languages will be given with special interest in syntax analysis of programming languages and translation theory. Students are expected to independently define the language and possibly design the translator (either interpreter or preprocessor).

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: FORMALNI JEZICI • prevođenje, Zagreb, Zavod za informacijske studije, 2005.
Additional reading list:
1. AHO, V. Alfred; ULLMAN, D. Jeffrey: The Theory of Parsing, Translation, and Compiling, vol. I: Parsing, Prentice-Hall,  1972.
2. AHO; SETHI; ULLMAN: Compilers: Principles, Techiques, and Tools, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company,  1986.
3. DENNING, J. P.; DENNIS, B. J.; QUALITZ, E. J.: Machines, Languages, and Computation, Prentice-Hall, 1978.
4. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: FORMALNI JEZICI • sintaksna analiza, Zagreb, Zavod za informacijske studije, 2003.
5. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: don-grammar, program za definiranje i transformiranje beskontekstnih gramatika, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet, 2003.
6. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: don-sintax, program za sintaksnu analizu beskontekstnih jezika, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet, 2003.
7. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: don-D, pretprocesor jezika D, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet, 2003.
8. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: Pascal i programiranje (1), Zagreb, don, 1995.
9. GRUNE, D.: Parsing Techniques – A Practical Guide, Ellis-Horwood, 1990.
10. HOPCROFT, E. J.; ULLMAN, D. J.: Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation, Addison-Wesley, 1979.
11. KALUŽNIN, A. L.: Što je matematička logika,  Zagreb, Školska knjiga 1975.
12. KUREPA, Svetozar: Uvod u matematiku, Zagreb, Tehnička knjiga, 1970.
13. TOMITA, M., editor: Current Issues in Parsing Technology, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
14. WIRTH, N.:     Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs, Prentice-Hall, 1976.
15. YEH, T. R., editor:    Applied Computation Theory: Analysis, Design, Modeling, Prentice-Hall, 1976.

Course: Computational Linguistics

ECTS credits: 6

Language: Croatian

Duration: 1 semester (7. | 9.)

Status: compulsory for informatics; elective for other studies

Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures and 2 seminar hours weekly

Prerequisite: none

Assessment: seminar paper and project report

 

Course description:

NooJ NLP environment will be used to demonstrate Finite-State Automata (FSA), Recursive Transition Networks (RTNs), Enhanced Recursive Transition Networks (ERTNs), Context-Free Grammars (CFGs) and Context-Sensitive Grammars (CSGs). Perl and NooJ Regular Expressions will be used for unstructured text querying. Local grammars will be built via graph and rule editors (inflectional, derivational, lexical, orthographical, morphological, terminological, syntactic, semantic and translation grammars). Lexical and Syntax analysis (chunkers and parsers) will be explained and demonstrated via grammars built by students. Disambiguation or results and building Concordances will be exemplified and Algorithms evaluated (precision, recall, f-measure). NLP in Big Data context will be discussed.

General and specific competencies:

After the successful completion of this course, student will know how to

  • define and recognize automata and finite state transducers;
  • define, explain and use grammars built with rules or graphs;
  • independently build, explain and use regular expressions in grammars and pattern recognition;
  • independently build simple and complex queries on text using regular expressions and syntactic grammars;
  • independently and/or in team build, explain and use grammar built with graphs,
  • independently and/or in team build a system for analysis of written text in any language,
  • evaluate existing or new system for the text analysis.

Quality check and success of the course:

Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:

Required

  1. Jurafsky, D.; Martin, J.H.: Speech and language processing: an introduction to natural language processing, computational linguistics, and speech recognition, 2009. [check the library: 2000, 2009 (poglavlja 1-6; 12-16)]
  2. Silberztein, M.: Formalizing Natural Languages: The NooJ Approach, Wiley, 2016. [check the library]

Elective

  1. Bird, S.; Klein, E.; Loper, E.: Natural Language Processing with Python, O’Reilly Media, 2009.
  2. Clark, A.; Fox, C.; Lappin, S. (eds.): The handbook of computational linguistics and natural language processing, 2010. [check the library]
  3. Dovedan Han, Z.: FORMALNI JEZICI I PREVODIOCI  • prevođenje i primjene, Element,  Zagreb, 2013.
  4. Dovedan Han, Z.: FORMALNI JEZICI I PREVODIOCI  • regularni izrazi, gramatike, automati, Element,  Zagreb, 2012. [check the library]
  5. Dovedan Han, Z.: FORMALNI JEZICI I PREVODIOCI  • sintaksna analiza i primjene, Element,  Zagreb, 2012.
  6. Grishman, R.: Computational linguistics: an introduction, Cambridge University Press, 1986. [check the library]
  7. Harris, M.D.: Introduction to Natural Language Processing. Prentice Hall, 1985.
  8. Lawer, J.M.;  Dry, H.A. (eds.): Using computers in linguistics: a practical guide, 1998. [check the library]

Seminar

  1. Proceedings of the 2007 International Nooj Conference
  2. Applications of finite-state language processing : selected papers from the 2008 International NooJ Conference
  3. Proceedings of the Nooj 2010 International Conference and Workshop
  4. Automatic processing of various levels of linguistic phenomena : selected papers from the NooJ 2011 International Conference
  5. Formalising natural languages with NooJ
  6. Formalising natural languages with NooJ 2013 : selected papers from the NooJ 2013 International Conference

Subject: Information technology in education
Course: Information technology in education
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Teaching methods: 1 hour lectures and 1 hour practical class
Requirements: none
Examination: practical

Course description:
Advantages and drawbacks of applying computers in education. Traditional model of learning versus contemporary model of the future – information technologies (IT) in education. E-learning and distance education – e-learning tools. The role of presenations in preparation of teaching units.
Practical classes:
Application of the course management system (CMS). PowerPoint: methods of presentation design and giving of PowerPoint presentations (on the topic of information technology in education).

Coure objectives:
Students acquire knowledge about designing Power Point teaching unit presentations and  about the possibilities of e-learning systems and their application in education.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Basic reading:
1. Marinković, R. Inteligentni sustavi za poučavanje. Hrvatska zajednica tehničke kulture, Zagreb, 2004.
2. Dryden, G., Vos, J. Revolucija u učenju - kako promijeniti način na koji svijet uči. Educa, Zagreb, 2001.

Recommended reading:
1. Gardner, H. Multiple Intelligences: the Theory in Practice. Basic Books, New York, 1993.
2. Porter, L. Creating the Virtual Classroom: distance learning with the Internet. Wiley Computer Publishing, New York, 1997.
3. PowerPoint in the Classroom is produced by ACT360 Media Ltd. in conjunction with Microsoft Corporation. Copyright ACT360 Media Ltd, 1998. http://www.actden.com/pp/ (15 January 2005.)
4. Lee, I. A Research Guide for Students. http://www.aresearchguide.com (15 January 2005.)
5. Bitter, G. G., Pierson, M. E. Using Technology in the Classroom. Allyn&Bacon, 2004.

Subject: Databases on the Internet
Course: Databases on the Internet
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1+1
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and practical exam

Course description:
Internet infrastructure. Server configuration. ADO.net objects. Web controls for data presentation. Design of Web forms for the communication with databases. HTML server controls. Control of data validity. Management of ASP.net application conditions. Safety. Introduction to Web services. Basic elements of web services. XML schema. SOAP specifications. SOAP message elements. SOAP shield/layer. SOAP header. SOAP message body. XML and SOAP. Messages exchange with HTTP-post and HTTP-get protocols. Messages exchange with SOAP protocols. Web services infrastructure. Availability of Web services. Formats of data exchange on Web services. Data transfer. Design of Web services. Setting up and releasing Web services. Locating Web services. Using Web services.
Practical classes are held in the computer lab and include design of actual projects.

Course objectives:
Students are expected to become familiar with different approaches of database design on the Internet. They will be shown different ways of designing Web applications for data retrieval and database maintenance on the Internet. Students are furthermore expected to become familiar with the design of Web services, their release and usage.
Practical work on concrete projects will enable the student to encounter and master various programming skills with databases on the Internet, and to master techniques for creating active server Web pages for communication with a database. For this purpose we will use some well-known SQL servers and some well-known visual programming tools for programming ASP pages and the Web service.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Radovan, M.: Baza podataka, Informator, Zagreb, 1993.
2. Duthie, G., A.: ASP.net, Microsoft Press, 2002.
3. Esposito, D.: ASP.net and ADO.net, Microsoft Press, 2002.
4. Short, S. XML WEB Services, Microsoft Press, 2002.

Subject: Mathematics
Course: Combinatorics and graph theory
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 2 semesters
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: lecture hour + practical class
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: Three exams during semester or at the end written and oral exam.

Course description:
1. Set, multi-set and sequence.  Function and relation. Equivalence elation and partial order relation.
2. Mathematical induction and recursion. Natural numbers and mathematical induction. Sequence and recursion.
3. Dirichlet principle. Strong form of Dirichlet principle. General Dirichlet principle. Introduction to Ramsey theory.
4. Elementary principles of enumeration. Principle of bijection. Principle of sum. Principle of product.
5. Permutations. Symmetric group. Cycle and standard cyclic notation.
6. Combinations. Combinations of set and multi-set. Composition and weak composition of natural number.
7. Partitions of numbers and sets. Stirling numbers of  I and I I order.
8. Graph and graph matrices. Graph and subgraph. Incidence and adjacency matrix. Vertices order, maximal and minimal order of graph.
9. Paths and cycles. Close path and cycles. Connection.
10. Tree. Cyclic partition.  Characteristics of tree.

Course objectives:
In the course topics from combinations and graph theory are elaborated. At the beginning notions of multi-set, relation and mathematical induction are presented. In the combination part, topics such as enumeration of sets, multi-sets and functions are treated. In the part concerning graph basic notions of graph and tree are given.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. D. Veljan, Kombinatorna i diskretna matematika, Algoritam, Zagreb 2001.

Subject: Teaching methodology
Course: Teaching methodology in information science II
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (45 hours + 15 hours of fieldwork)
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour per week and 2 hours of seminar per week
Prerequisite: Teaching methodology in information science I
Assessment: written, oral

Course description:
This course will give students an opportunity to connect theory to practice. Each student will have a teaching placement in a local school, and participate in both peer and individual supervision. In addition, we will read a range of texts that examine different approaches to teaching, as well as theory and research on the process of education. What is the best way to teach? How do various theories of children and pedagogy translate into everyday practices with students? Students will be encouraged to reflect and modify their own teaching practices as a result of what we read as well as their supervision. Questions we will discuss include: What is the relationship between educational goals and curriculum development? What is the relation between substance (knowledge, skills, content) and the interpersonal dynamic inherent in a classroom setting? How do we assess teaching practices, and the students' learning? What does it take to be an educated person?

Course objectives:
The aim of this course is to enable students to teach professional skills, knowledge and competencies in the field of information science.


Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Nastavni planovi i programi iz povijesti za osnovnu školu (5.-8. razred) i srednje škole (gimnazije, četverogodišnje i trogodišnje srednje strukovne škole)

Additional reading list:
1. Časopis
1.2. C. Kyriacou, Temeljna nastavna umijeća, Educa, Zagreb, 2001.
1.3. Nacionalni program odgoja i obrazovanja za ljudska prava, Vlada Republike Hrvatske, Zagreb, 1999.
1.4. Temeljni međunarodni dokumenti iz područja odgoja i obrazovanja za ljudska prava, Vlada Republike Hrvatske, Zagreb, 1999.

Subject: Teaching methodology
Course: Teaching methodology in information science I
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (60 hours)
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours per week and 2 hours of seminar per week
Assessment: written, oral

Course description:
The course introduces basic teaching techniques and methods, including teamwork, lecture preparation and teaching aids. One of the accents is on library and information science syllabus development, which involves teaching new information technology and knowledge organisation in the open network environment and application of education technology in the field of information science in relation to on-line learning, e-learning and distant learning concepts.

Course objectives:
The aim of the course is to enable students to communicate and teach professional skills, knowledge and competencies in the field of information sciences. The ultimate aim is to introduce students to curriculum design and enable them to develop educational activities throughout information institutions and their services.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Deljac, S. Priručnik za nastavnike informatike od 5-8 razreda osnovne škole.Zagreb : Školska knjiga, 2005.
1.2. Dryden,G, Vos, J. Revolucija u učenju: Kako promijeniti način na koji svijet uči. Zagreb: Educa, 2001.
1.3. Jelavić, F. Didaktičke osnove nastave. Jastrebarsko: Naklada Slap, 1995.
1.4. Nastavni planovi i programi iz informatike za osnovnu školu (5.-8. razred) i srednje škole (gimnazije, četverogodišnje i trogodišnje srednje strukovne škole)
1.5. Pavleković, M. Metodika nastave matematike s informatikom. Zagreb: Element, 2002.

Additional reading list:
1. Časopis Informatologija, Informatika, Metodika, Enter; odabrani tekstovi
1.2. L. Bognar, M. Matijević, Didaktika, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2002. – odabrani ulomci
1.3. H. Klippert, Kako uspješno učiti u timu: zbirka praktičnih primjera, Zagreb : Educa, 2001.

Course: Knowledge and information management
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours i 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: -
Assesment: oral exam, written report

Course description:
Knowledge based society and social changes. New working model: knowledge worker, knowledge manager and knowledge economy. Differences between knowledge management and intelectual capital. Information and Knowledge creation, organization and exchange. Knowledge management, evaluation and measurement.

Course objectives:
Students will gain understanding of the fundamental terms and addopt new working methods needed in the new enviroment.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. A. Pulić i D. Sundać: Intelektualni kapital. Rijeka : IBCC, 2002.
2. N. Bahra: Competitive knowledge management. London : Palgrave, 2001.
3. M. W. McElroy: The new knowledge management : complexity, learning, and sustainable innovation. Burlington : KMCI Press, 2003.
4. V. Allee: The future of knowledge : increasing prosperity through value networks. Burlington : KMCI Press, 2003.
5. B. Bergeron: Essentials of knowledge management. New York : Wiley, 2003.

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Lexicography: Thematic lexicography (Thesaurus construction)
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: Introduction to lexicography
Assessment: seminar project

Course description:
The difference between conceptually (thematically) and alphabetically organized lexicographic manuals is elaborated. Theoretical principles of thesaurus construction are explained and illustrated. The typology of thematically organized dictionaries (classical thesauri; modern thesauri for documentation purposes; dictionary of synonyms, semantic nets on the Internet etc).  Application of the theoretical insights in students’ individual projects towards the construction of thesaurus samples.

Course objectives:
Students will learn about various types of thematically organized dictionaries and become familiar with principles of their construction and use. They will also develop an individual mini-thesaurus project applying existing or their own computer programs for thesaurus compilation.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Aitchison, J., A. Gilchrist, D. Bawden (2000) Thesaurus Construction and Use; a Practical Manual, London: Aslib IMI
2. ISO 2788:1986. Documentation. Guidelines for the establishment and development of monolingual thesauri.
3. ISO 5964:1985. Documentation. Guidelines for the establishment and development of multilingual thesauri
4. Nikolić-Hoyt, A., (2004) Konceptualna leksikografija, Zagreb: Hrvatska sveučilična naklada

Subject: Terminology and terminography
Course: Introduction to terminology and terminography
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: lecture (2 hrs.); class discussion based on readings
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: oral exam, three quizzes during the course; classroom participation

Course description:
The course introduces students to the understanding of terminology as theoretical discipline and applied knowledge. Topics: basic notions and the interdisciplinary character of the field; the relation between lexicology and terminology; the relation of concept and term - both in monolingual and multilingual context; the terminological unit. Practical methods of terminography are introduced and explained. The role of international standards is pointed out and principles of construction of terminological banks elaborated. Terminographic procedures in the context of  computation technology and terminology management systems are discussed.

Course objectives:
Students will acquire the understanding of terminology as a field of theoretical and applied knowledge and develop awareness of the need (especially in the Croatian context) for the standardization of field terminologies and of international harmonization of terminological systems in the framework of language planning.
They will be acquainted with basic principles of terminographic work.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Cabré, M. T. (1998) Terminology (Theory, methods and applications), Amsterdam/ Philadelphia; John Benjamins
2. ISO Recommendation R 1087:1969 Vocabulary of Terminology
3. Mihaljević, M. (1998) Terminološki priručnik, Zagreb: Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada
4. (Nazivlje – rječnik (ISO 1087) 1996, Državni zavod za normizaciju i mjeriteljstvo
5. Sager, J. (1990) A Practical Course in Terminology Processing, John Benjamins, Amsterdam

Additional reading list:
1. Antia, B. E. (2000) Terminology and Language Planning, Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins
2. Rey, A. (1995) Essays on Terminology, Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins
3. Temmerman, R. (2000) Towards New Ways of Terminology Description, Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins
4. Wright, S. E. and G.Budin (1997) Handbook of terminology management. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Co. 2 Volumes
5. Wüster, E., Introduction to the General Theory of Terminology and Terminological Lexicography, Springer, Vienna, 1979 (or in German, French or Spanish)

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Introduction to Lexicography
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written exam, classroom participation; three quizzes during the course

Course description:
The course starts with a historical survey of lexicographic practice and an overview of various traditions of dictionary making. Basic notions and terminology are introduced. Topics include: different types and uses of dictionaries according to the number of languages (monolingual vs. bilingual  and multilingual dictionaries), size, use and user needs, dictionary coverage (general vs. specialized),  approach (prescriptive vs. descriptive), organization (alphabetical vs. conceptual), aspects of language (diachronic vs. synchronic), medium etc.; dictionary macrostructure and microstructure; criteria for inclusion; recording pronunciation; grammatical information and its presentation; meaning analysis an general principles of defining and/or establishing lexical equivalence; illustrations, usage notes etc. Potential lexicographical sources are identified. Lexicographical procedures are analyzed and illustrated on the examples of entries from various types of existing dictionaries.

Course objectives:
The intention of the course is to make the student familiar with the basic principles of lexicographic work and capable of evaluating various types of dictionaries.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Jackson, H. (2002) Lexicography, An Introduction, Routledge
2. Svensen, B. (1993) Practical Lexicography, Oxford: OUP

Additional reading list:
1. Landau, S. (2001) Dictionaries, The Art and Craft of Lexicography, 2nd ed., Cambridge: CUP
2. Jackson (1988) Words and their Meaning, London: Longman
3. Hartmann, R.R.K.  (ed.) Lexicography: Principles and practice, 1983, Academic Press


Subject: Research methods
Course: Bibliometrics
Course holder: Miroslav Tuđman, full professor
izvođač: dr. sc. Đilda Pečarić
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: one semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 2 hour of seminar every week
Assessment: seminar report as result of the research on specific topic  
Prerequisites: none

Course description:
The course will explain the field of bibliometrics and bibliometric laws. It will enable students to learn and understand structure, production, organization and distribution of different types of knowledge. Topics will be as follows: definition and field of bibliometrics; the research field: size and growth of knowledge; authors’ productivity; research front; knowledge network and network of scientific disciplines; distribution of knowledge; knowledge obsolescence; bibliometric laws and division: Zipf’s, Lotka’s, Bradford’s and Heaps’ law; quantitative analysis of production; dissemination and knowledge usage; citation analysis – methods and techniques; law on size of text vocabulary; development of quantitative methods; relations between statistical bibliography, bibliometrics, informetrics, scientometrics and netometrics.

Course objective:
The main goal of the course is to teach students to use bibliometric methods on their own, to plan, organize and carry out the quantitative research in the field of knowledge and natural language processing.

Reading list:
1. Diodato, Virgil. Dictionary of Bibliometrics. Haworth Press, New York: 1994.
2. Sengupta, I. (1992). Bibliometrics, Informetrics, Scientometrics and Librametrics: an Overview. Libri, 42, 2. 75-98
3. Cole, J. R. (2000). A Short History of the Use of Citations as a Measure of the Impact of Scientific and Scholarly Work. In The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield. B. Cronin and H. B. Atkins. Medford, NJ, 2000., Information Today, Inc.
4. Hirsch, Jorge E. (2005). An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output.
 Norton, Melanie J. (2001). Introductory Concepts in Information Science. Information Today, Inc: New Jersey.
5. Tuđman, M. (2005). Zakon o veličini vokabulara teksta: Heapsov zakon
i određivanje vokabulara teksta na hrvatskom jeziku. Društvena istraživanja,  14, 1-2, str. 227-250.
6. Đilda Pečarić. Razvoj informacijskih znanosti u Hrvatskoj. Bibliometrijska analiza doktorskih disertacija iz informacijskih znanosti 1978.-2007. Filozofski fakuletet, Zagreb: Doktorska disertacija, 2010.
7. Pehar, Franjo. Komunikacijska uloga hrvatskih časopisa u polju informacijskih znanosti: Bibliometrijska analiza Vjesnika bibliotekara hrvatske i Informatologije. Filozofski fakuletet, Zagreb: Doktorska disertacija, 2010.

    
Additional reading list:
1. Chalmers, A. F. [1978]. Theories as Structures: 2. Kuhn's Paradigms. What Is This Thing Called Science? Milton Keynes, England: The Open University Press., Chapter 8.
2. Cooper, M. (1990). Perspectives on Qualitative Research with Quantitative Implications.: Studies in Information Management. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 31, 2. 105-112.
3. Cozzens, S. E. (1989). "What do Citations Count? The Rhetoric First model." Scientometrics 15: 437-447.
4. Cozzens, S.E. (1989). "Literature Based Data in Research Evaluation: A Manager's Guide to Bibliometrics."
5. Davis, C.H. (1990). On Qualitative Research. Library and Information Science Research. 12, 327-328.
6. Enger, K.B., Quirk, G & Stewart, J. (1989). Statistical Methods Used by Authors of Library and Information Science Journal Articles. Library and Information Science Research. 11, 37-46.
7. Grover, Robert and Greer, Roger C. [1991], 'The Cross-Disciplinary Imperative of LIS Research', Library and Information Science Research, 101-113.
8. Katz, J. S. and D. Hicks (1997). Bibliometric Indicators for National Systems of Innovation. MacRoberts, M.H. & B.R. MacRoberts (1989). Problems of Citation Analysis: A Critical Review. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 40(5), 342-349.
9. Glänzel, W. Bibliometrics as a Research Field. A course on theory and application of bibliometric indicators. Course Handouts, 2003.
10. Jokić, M. Bibliometrijski aspekti vrednovanja znanstvenog rada. Zagreb: Sveučilišna knjižara, 2005.
11. Wainer, H. (1984). "How to Display Data Badly." American Statistician, 38, 2. 137-147.
12. White, H (1992). The Freedom to Write a Research Paper Without being Mugged. Library Journal. 117, 3. Feb 15. 138-139..
13. Zuckerman, H. (1987). "Citation analysis and the complex problem of intellectual influence." Scientometrics 12(329-338).

Course: Introduction to Knowledge Organization Systems    
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: Elective
Method of teaching: Lecture, Essay
Prerequisite: None
Assessment: Essay 40%
Written exam 40%
Oral exam 20%

Course description:
This course is designed to provide introduction the basics of  KOS. A series of lectures explores the basic theoretical notions od knowledge organization, its historical developement as well as epistemological presumtions of the field. Through written assigments students explore the main types of KOS in different contexts and environments: business, educational, electronic, etc. Basic types of KOS are covered: thesauri, classification, ontologies, SKOS, Semantic Web, collaborative tagging services.

Course objectives:
This course will provide students with basic theoretical notions and practical implementations of Knowledge Organization Systems. Students will be able to define the intellectual and epistemological foundations of knowledge organization as well as identify and describe basic types of KOS. Through written assgiments students will explore the notion of KOS in different contexts and environments
.
Reading list

Compulsory
1. Rowley, J. and Hartley, R. Organizing knowledge: an introduction to managing access to information. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2008.
2.Odabrana poglavlja iz organizacije znanja / urednica Jadranka Lasić-Lazić.Zagreb : Zavod za informacijske studije, 2004

Supplementary
1. Popper, K. R. Objective knowledge. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1979.
2. Svenonious. E. Intelektualne osnove organizacije informacija / prevela Mirna Willer. Lokve : Benja, 2005
3. Špiranec, Sonja; Ivanjko, Tomislav. Predmetni jezici s korisničkim jamstvom: što možemo naučiti od folksonomija? // 15. seminar Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji : mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture : zbornik radova / Hassenay, Damir. ; Krtalić, Maja (ur.). Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2012.

Subject: Terminology and terminography
Course: Terminology seminar
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 seminar hours
Prerequisite: Introduction to terminology and terminography
Assessment: seminar project, class participation

Course description:
The course combines general terminological theory with terminographic practice. Topics: distinction between general and specialized (terminological) dictionaries - Lexicography vs. terminography; Terminology: definition and functions; Special aspects of a terminological unit; Terminography work: the processing of term compilation. Introduction to the MultiTermTerminology Management System (TMS) and other management systems.  
Students will compile their own samples of a terminological glossary and/or continue to develop an existing multilingual termbase. Using various texts and corpora they will identify and classify potential specialized terms and process them terminographically. They will use available computer programs for terminology extraction and consult the existing terminological databanks.

Course objectives:
Students will acquire sufficient theoretical knowledge to compile their own terminographical unit/entry samples and gain some hands-on experience of terminology management (subject to software availability). They will learn about the available terminological resources and terminological management systems.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Suonuuti, H. (1997) Upute za nazivlje, Zagreb: Državni zavod za normizaciju
2. Bergenholtz, H. and S. Tarp, ed. (1995). Manual of Specialized Lexicography, John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam, UP, 1984, 1989, 2001
3. ISO Recommendation R 1087:1969 Vocabulary of Terminology
4. (Nazivlje – rječnik (ISO 1087) 1996, Državni zavod za normizaciju i mjeriteljstvo
5. Načela i postupci stvaranja nazivlja (ISO 704), 1996, Državni zavod za normizaciju i mjeriteljstvo

Additional reading list:
1. Wright, S. E. and Gerhard Budin (1997) Handbook of Terminology Management. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2 Volumes (selected ch.)

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Monolingual lexicography
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: Introduction to lexicography
Assessment: Seminar project

Course description:
The course deals with the characteristics of monolingual dictionaries, their macro- and microstructure, presentation of lexical information with regard to specific users. The craft of dictionary making is exercised for various types of monolingual dictionaries (based on corpus and other material). Attention is addressed to specific features of the Croatian language in lexicographic context.

Course objectives:  
Students will be familiarized with various styles of monolingual dictionary compilation and, to a certain extent, develop the skill of entry construction and defining.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Atkins, B.T. (1985) Monolingual and bilingual Learners' dictionaries: A comparison, u R. Ilson (ed.).Dictionaries, lexicography and language learning, Pergamon Press
2. Ooi, Vincent B.Y. (1998). Computer Corpus Lexicography, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
3. Sinclair, J. (2003) Reading Concordances - an introduction. Pearson Education
4. Svensen, B. (1993) Practical Lexicography, Oxford: OUP
5. Tafra, B. (1995) Jezikoslovna razdvojba, Zagreb: Matica hrvatska

Subject: Formal languages and interpreters
Course: Syntax analysis and application theory
ECTS credits: 5
Language: Croatian/ English/ French
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory for students of Informatics, elective for all other students at the Department and the Faculty
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour – 1 hour of seminar – 2 hours of practical classes
Prerequisite: Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata
Assessment: written and oral exam

Course description:
Introduction: fundamental concepts of the formal languages theory, concept of syntax analysis. General procedures of syntax analysis: top-down syntax analysis, bottom-up syntax analysis, Cocke-Younger-Kasami syntax analysis algorithm, Early's syntax analysis procedure. One-pass syntax analysis: LL (k) language types, LLR (k) language types, grammars with relation priority, and efficiency of one-pass syntax analysis procedures. Languages with properties: definition of a language with properties, language with properties recognizer. Comparison of syntax analysis procedures.
Practical classes give examples that follow lectures. All theoretical discussions and definitions are followed with appropriate examples. Examples of grammar input and the execution of certain syntax analyses are mostly shown through don-syntax.
Written reports should include programs written in language appropriate for chosen procedures of one-pass and multiple-pass syntax analysis.
Lectures are given in a classical manner using chalk and board. Practical classes are given partly in a classical manner and partly using computers.

Course objectives:
Students are given fundamental knowledge of formal languages, especially from the theory of syntax analysis of programming languages and translation theory. Students are expected to independently define the language and possibly design the translator (either interpreter or preprocessor).

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: FORMALNI JEZICI • sintaksna analiza, Zagreb, Zavod za informacijske studije, 2003.

Additional reading list:
1. AHO, V. Alfred; ULLMAN, D. Jeffrey: The Theory of Parsing, Translation, and Compiling, vol. I: Parsing, Prentice-Hall,  1972.
2. AHO; SETHI; ULLMAN: Compilers: Principles, Techiques, and Tools, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company,  1986.
3. DENNING, J. P.; DENNIS, B. J.; QUALITZ, E. J.: Machines, Languages, and Computation, Prentice-Hall, 1978.
4. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: don-grammar, program za definiranje i transformiranje beskontekstnih gramatika, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet, 2003.
5. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: don-sintax, program za sintaksnu analizu beskontekstnih jezika, Zagreb, Filozofski fakultet, 2003.
6. DOVEDAN, Zdravko: Pascal i programiranje (1), Zagreb, don, 1995.
7. GRUNE, D.: Parsing Techniques – A Practical Guide, Ellis-Horwood, 1990.
8. HOPCROFT, E. J.; ULLMAN, D. J.: Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation, Addison-Wesley, 1979.
9. KALUŽNIN, A. L.: Što je matematička logika,  Zagreb, Školska knjiga 1975.
10. KUREPA, Svetozar: Uvod u matematiku, Zagreb, Tehnička knjiga, 1970.
11. TOMITA, M., editor: Current Issues in Parsing Technology, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
12. WIRTH, N.:     Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs, Prentice-Hall, 1976.
13. YEH, T. R., editor:    Applied Computation Theory: Analysis, Design, Modeling, Prentice-Hall, 1976.

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Corpus lexicography
ECTS-credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of seminar/lectures
Prerequisite: Introduction to lexicography
Assessment: seminar project, class participation

Course description:
The course deals with the scope, key concepts and methods of corpus lexicography. The differences between traditional and corpus based lexicography are elaborated. A survey of various language corpora is given and their use in the compilation of dictionaries illustrated. Advantages and disadvantages of  corpus use in lexicography. Understanding corpora, corpus design and development. Existing lexical resources and main language technologies used to process text corpora are interpreted. Corpus  lexicography methods are elaborated on the example of the Croatian National Corpus and other corpora.
 
Course objectives:
On completing this course students will be able to appreciate corpus resources for lexicographic purposes, understand corpus-based methods for finding various lexical data,  interpret corpus material and evaluate language technologies aimed at corpus analysis and use. They will produce sample entries based on corpus analysis.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Atkins, B. T. S. (1994) A corpus-based dictionary. In: Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary (Introductory section). Oxford: Oxford University Press. xix - xxxii.
2. Bratanić, M. (1998) Korpusna lingvistika na kraju 20. stoljeća i implikacije za suvremenu hrvatsku leksikografiju, Filologija, 30-31, Zagreb 1998 , 171-177.
3. Bratanić, M. (1997) Od intuicije do opservacije i nazad (Višejezična leksikografija i paralelni korpusi), Suvremena lingvistika br. 43-44, Zagreb 1997, str 1-12.
4. Clear, J. (1994) I can't see the sense in a large corpus Keifer, K., Kiss, G. & Pajzs, J. Papers in Conceptual Lexicography Complex '94, Research Institute for linguistics Hungarian academy of science
5. Ooi, Vincent B.Y. (1998). Computer Corpus Lexicography, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
6. Pearson, J. (2002) Working with Specialized Language. A practical guide to using corpora. London/New York: Routledge.

Additional reading list:
1. Altenberg, Bengt (ed.) (2002) Lexis in contrast. Corpus-based approaches. Amsterdam
2. Boguraev, B. and T. Briscoe (1989) Computational Lexicography for Natural Language Processing. London: Longman.
3. Bratanić, M. (1992) Korpusna lingvistika ili sretan susret, Radovi Zavoda za slavensku filologiju, vol. 27, Zagreb, 1992, str. 145-159.
4. Fillmore, C.J. and Atkins, B. T  S. (1994) Starting where the dictionaries stop; the challenge of corpus lexicography. U Atkins and Zampolli, eds., Computational Approaches to the Lexicon, 350-393
5. Garside, R., G. Leech and A. McEnery, eds. (1997) Corpus Annotation: Linguistic Information from Computer Text Corpora. London: Longman
6. MacEnery, T.& Wilson, A. (1996) Corpus linguistics. Edinburgh 1996.
7. Mair, C. (ed.). Corpus linguistics and linguistic theory. Amsterdam 2000.
8. Sinclair, J (1991) Corpus, Concordance, Collocation. OUP, Oxford
9. Sinclair,J. (2004) Trust the Text: Language, Corpus and Discourse. London: Routledge.
10. Tadić. M. (2003) Jezične tehnologije i hrvatski jezik, Zagreb: Ex libris

Subject: Information Science
Course: Information Science Epistemology
Course holder: Miroslav Tuđman, full professor
ECTS credits: 5
Language: Croatian
Duration: one semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 2 hour of seminar every week
Assessment: oral exam and seminar report
Prerequisites: none

Course description:
The course will give insight into the epistemological problems of information science such as the structure of science and structure of knowledge, the development of information phenomenon and the theory of knowledge development. Knowledge representation as a theoretical problem of information science, temporality of knowledge and knowledge obsolescence as well as the theories of temporal structure of knowledge will be discussed.
Also, the terms social epistemology, knowledge acquisition and collective memory will be explained. Theories of different kinds and types of knowledge as well as the methods of knowledge acquisition, control and management of social memory will be introduced.
Topics will be as follows: definition of epistemology and field of epistemology, types of knowledge, public knowledge, corporative knowledge, historical knowledge, network knowledge, intelligence as knowledge for action, information strategies and knowledge management, information ethics and ethics of informing, social action and social believes, application of social epistemology to information science, relation between the knowledge and information, truth and relevance and finally, relation between information, misinformation and disinformation.

Course objective:
The aim of the course is that students get knowledge and skills in evaluation of knowledge representation and to develop abilities to distinguish the knowledge representation from the knowledge acquisition. Also, they need to get known the methods of evaluation of different types of knowledge and to realize the differences in application and usage of specific knowledge types. Students will test the acquired knowledge and skills through written assignments and analysis of specific knowledge types and information types.

Reading list:
1. Goldman, Alvin. 1999. Knowledge in a Social World. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
2. Kuhn, Thomas. Struktura znanstvenih revolucija. Zagreb: Naklada Jesenski Turk, 2002.
3. Steup, Matthias. The Analysis of Knowledge. URL: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/knowledge-analysis/. (05/16/2007)
4. Thagard, Paul. 1997. Internet Epistemology: Contributions of New Information Technologies to Scientific Research. URL: (http://cogprints.org/674/00/Epistemology.html). (05/16/2007)
5. Tuđman, Miroslav: Prikazalište znanja, Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada,   Zagreb, 2003.
6. Saracevic, Tefko. Information Science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 50(12):1051–1063, 1999
7. Rafael Capurro : Intercultural Information Ethics. URL: www.capurro.de
8. Rafael Capurro: Towards an Ontological Foundation of Information Ethics (2005) URL: www.capurro.de
9. Rafael Capurro: Between Trust and Anxiety. On the Moods of Information Society. In: Proceedings of the Conference "The Age of Information: New Anxieties - New Opportunities" Institute of Communication Ethics Lincoln, UK, June 14, 2004. URL: www.capurro.de
10. Rafael Capurro: Ethics Between Law and Public Policy. In: Journal of International Biotechnology Law (JIBL) (2004) Vol. 1, Issue 2 / 2004, 62-66. URL: www.capurro.de
11. Rafael Capurro: Angeletics - A Message Theory. In:  Hans H. Diebner, Lehan Ramsay (Eds.): Hierarchies of Communication, ZKM, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe (2003), 58-71. URL: www.capurro.de

Reading list for seminar:
1. Social epistemology and information science
Shera, Jesse. 1970. "Library and Knowledge." Pp. 82-110 in Sociological Foundations of Librarianship. New York: Asia Publishing House.
Shera, Jesse. 1961. "Social Epistemology, General Semantics, and Librarianship." Wilson Library Bulletin 35:767-70.
Furner, Jonathan. 2002. "Shera's Social Epistemology Recast As Psychological Bibliology." Social Epistemology 16:5-22.

2. Epistemology
Steup, Matthias. "The Analysis of Knowledge." http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ knowledge-analysis/
Descartes, Rene. "Of the Things Which May Be Brought Within the Sphere of the Doubtful."Meditations On First Philosophy.  

3. Social epistemology
Goldman, Alvin. "Social Epistemology." http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/epistemology-social/.
Bloor, David. 1976. "The Strong Programme in the Sociology of Knowledge." Pp. 1-19 in Knowledge and Social Imagery. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

4. Applying epistemology to information science
Popper, Karl. 1972. "Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject." Chapter 3 of Objective Knowledge. Oxford: Oxford (especially pages 106 to 117).
Harding, Sandra. 1992. "After the Neutrality Ideal: Science, Politics, and "Strong Objectivity"." Social Research 59:567-87.
Goldman, Alvin. 1999. "The Technology and Economics of Communication." Chapter 6 of Knowledge in a Social World (especially pages 161 to 182).
Meola, Marc. 2000. Review of Knowledge in a Social World by Alvin I. Goldman. College and Research Libraries 61:173-74.
Frické, Martin and Don Fallis. 2002. "Verifiable Health Information on the Internet."  http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw02/papers/refereed/fallis/.
Atkinson, Ross. 1996. "Library Functions, Scholarly Communication, and the Foundation of the Digital Library: Laying Claim to the Control Zone." Library Quarterly 66: 239-65.

5. Goals of epistemology
Thagard, Paul. 1997. "Internet Epistemology: Contributions of New Information Technolo¬gies to Scientific Research." http://cogsci.uwaterloo.ca/Articles/Pages/ Epistemology.html.
Paterson, R. W. K. 1979. "Towards an Axiology of Knowledge." Journal of Philosophy of Education 13:91-100.

6. Intellectual freedom and epistemology
Mill, John S. "Of the Liberty of Thought and Discussion." On Liberty.
Goldman, Alvin. 1999. "Speech Regulation and the Marketplace of Ideas." Chapter 7 of Knowledge in a Social World (especially pages 189 to 194 and pages 209 to 217).
Goldman, Alvin. 2000. "Reply to Fallis." Social Epistemology 14:331-32.

7. Information ethics and epistemology
McDowell, Ashley. 2002. "Trust and Information: The Role of Trust in the Social Epistemology of Information Science." Social Epistemology 16:51-63.
Fallis, Don. 2004. "Epistemic Value Theory and Information Ethics." Minds and Machines 14:101-17.

Subject: Knowledge management
Course: Information politics
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: one semester
Status: elective for all
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar every week
Assessment: oral exam and written report
Prerequisites: none

Course description:
The course will introduce the definition and the field of information politics, the different types of information politics and their relations, global and regional structures such as WTO, ITU, ICANN, etc.
Also, the course will emphasize the information politics of the EU; it will discuss the theme of Europe and global information society, as well as ICT and knowledge needed for the social development.
The course will cover the integration and application of the ICT in commerce, industry and government, global and regional trends in telecommunication infrastructure. The ICT priorities in the countries in transition, as well as the politics of the education technology will be discussed. Also, the course will cover the development and trends of the ecommernce and ebusiness, national telecommunication netoworks and the research priorities in ICT.

Course objective:
The course should enable students to understand the influence of knowledge and ICT (information communication technology) on the development of the society and on the creation of the information society.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. J. Humphrey, R. Mansell, D. Pare, H. Schmitz; The Reality of E-commerce with Developing Countries; Department for International Development (DFID); 2003.
2. M. Bergquist, J. Ljungberg; The Power of Gifts: Organizing Social Relationships in Open Source Communities; Information Systems Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4; 2001 - pp. 305-320  
3. M. Castells, P. Himanen; The Information Society and the Welfare State: The Finnish Model; Oxford University Press; 2002

Seminar reading list:
1. M. Castells; Materials for an Exploratory Theory of the Network Society; British Journal of Sociology; 2000 - Vol. 51 (1): 5-24
2. M. Castells; The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society; Oxford University Press; 2001 - pp. 1-8, 36-63.
3. M. Chircu, R. J. Kauffman; Reintermediation Strategies in Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce; International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Vol. 4, No. 4; 2000 - pp. 7-42  
4. N. Garnham; Emancipation, the Media and Modernity: Arguments about the Media and Social Theory; 2000 - 'The Media as Technologies' -pp. 63-81
5. P. A. David; The Evolving Accidental Information Super-Highway; Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol. 17, No. 2; 2001. pp. 159-187  
6. P. Kollock; Communities in Cyberspace; ed. M. A. Smith, P. Kollock; Routledge; 1999
7. R. Cowan, D. Foray; The Economics of Codification and the Diffusion of Knowledge; Industrial and Corporate Change, 6(3); 1997 - pp. 595-622  
8. R. Hawkins, R. Mansell, W. E. Steinmueller; Towards Digital Intermediation in the Information Society; Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. XXXIII (2); 1999 - pp. 383-391  
9. R. Mansell, W. E. Steinmueller; Mobilizing the Information Society: Strategies for Growth and Opportunity; Oxford University Press; 2000 - 'Competing Interests and Strategies in the Information Society', pp. 8-36 , 98-149, 289-337.
10. R. Mansell; Communication by Design: The Politics of Information and Communication Technologies; ed. R. Mansell, R. Silverstone; Oxford University Press; 1996 - 'Communication by Design?' -- pp. 15-43
11. R. Mansell; Digital Opportunities and the Missing Link for Developing Countries; Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol. 17, No. 2; 2001 - pp. 282-295  
12. R. Mansell; Inside the Communication Revolution: Evolving Patterns of Social and Technical Interaction; Oxford University Press; 2002 - 'Conclusion: Social Relations, Mediating Power, and Technologies' - pp. 251-270
13. R. Mansell; New Media Competition and Access: The Scarcity-Abundance Dialectic; New Media & Society, Vol. 1(2); 1999 - pp. 155-182  
14. W. E. Steinmueller; Inside the Communication Revolution: Evolving Patterns of Social and Technical InteractionInside the Communication Revolution: Evolving Patterns of Social and Technical Interaction; ed. R. Mansell; Oxford University Press; 2002 - 'Virtual Communities and the New Economy' - pp. 21-54  
15. W. E. Steinmueller; Will New Information and Communication Technologies Improve the "Codification" of Knowledge?; Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 9(2); 2000 - pp. 361-376  
16. W. H. Melody; Institutional Analysis and Economic Policy; ed. M. Tool, P. Bush; 2003 - 'Policy Implications of the New Information Economy' - pp. 411-432

Subject: Knowledge management
Course: Artificial intelligence
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory for students of Information Sciences/ elective for all others
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour - 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written report, written and oral exam

Course description:
Introduction. What is Artificial Intelligence? Similarities and differences between natural and artificial intelligence. Cognitive psychology. Turing test.
Problem solving, search methods, heuristics, reasoning and inference, decision-making, planning and machine learning. Knowledge representation, methods of knowledge representation: declarative and procedural representation, semantic networks, scripts and frames. Natural language processing. Phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic levels. Resolving ambiguities, natural language understanding. Expert systems. Components and functioning of expert systems, application of expert systems in various areas, robotics.
Programming artificial intelligence, AI programming languages (LISP and Prolog)

Course objective:
Introduce the basic concepts of artificial intelligence, present the most important areas of artificial intelligence expert systems, AI programming languages, and methods used in AI.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Fetzer, James: Artificial Intelligence: Its Scope and Limits, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1990.
2. Mišljenčević, Duško - Maršić, Ivan: Umjetna inteligencija, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1991.

Additional reading list:
1. Russell, Stuart - Norvig, Peter: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2003.

Subject: Lexicography and encyclopaedica
Course: Dictionary knowledge presentation
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: obligatory for DHI study, elective for all other studies
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar every week
Prerequisites: none
Assessment: written report

Course description:
The course describes the principles of the computer processing and analysis of the older and contemporary lexicographic material. The possibilities of the dictionary, linguistic, grammatical, terminological, temporal and comparative analysis between the particular dictionaries are explored. The structure of the dictionary knowledge is presented. The course presents dictionaries as the catalogue of knowledge, but also as the source of terminological, etymological and other knowledge. The possibilities of application of those principles to lexicography, encyclopedica, lexicology, linguistics, croatology and other sciences are explored.

Course objectives:
The aim of the course is to introduce students with the principles of the computer analysis of the digitalized dictionary material. They also need to be able to show the acquired knowledge doing the practical work in the field.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Bibliografska i rječnička baza znanstveno-istraživačkog projekta "Hrvatska rječnička baština i prikaz rječničkoga znanja", Odsjek za informacijske znanosti Filozofskog fakulteta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, 2004 (computer accessible)
2. Boras, Damir; Mikelić, Nives; Lauc, Davor. Leksička flektivna baza podataka hrvatskih imena i prezimena. U: Modeli znanja i obrada prirodnoga jezika, Zavod za informacijske studije, Zagreb, 2003, str. 219-236.
3. Boras, Damir; Prelog, Nenad. Enciklopedija budućnosti: interaktivni izvor znanja. U: Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, knjiga 10, Zagreb, 2001.

Additional reading list:
1. Leksikografija. U: Enciklopedija Jugoslavije, Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod, Zagreb 1964.
2. Prelog, Nenad; Boras, Damir. Bibliografski izvori znanja na novim medijima. U:javascript:prozor_za_rad( Radovi Leksikografskog zavoda Miroslav Krleža, knjiga 10, Zagreb, 2001, (računalno dostupno)
3. Zgusta, Ladislav. Priručnik leksikografije. Sarajevo : Svjetlost, 1991.

Subject: Lexicography and encyclopaedica
Course: Croatian dictionary heritage
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: obligatory for DHI study, elective for all other studies
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar every week
Prerequisites: none
Assessment: written report

Course description:
The course describes the Croatian dictionary heritage in machine readable form. It encompasses the bibliography of Croatian dictionary heritage since the beginning of 1918 as well as selected dictionaries from the later period. Description of the dictionary structure and the design principles are also explained. The course gives overview of the general, encyclopaedic and special monolingual, bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. Computer text database comprising the most prominent old Croatian bilingual and multilingual dictionaries, their structure and design principles are presented as well. Furthermore, the principles of digitalization, input, transcription and translation of the processed dictionary material to contemporary Croatian language are given. Also, the possibilities of presentation in multilingual www environment will be explored.

Course objectives:
The aim of the course is to introduce students with the entire Croatian dictionary heritage and with the principles of the modelling of the computer text database. They also need to be able to do the practical work in the field.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Bibliografska i rječnička baza znanstveno-istraživačkog projekta "Hrvatska rječnička baština i prikaz rječničkoga znanja", Odsjek za informacijske znanosti Filozofskog fakulteta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, 2004 (računalno dostupna)
2. Boras, Damir; Mikelić, Nives. Rječnik Fausta Vrančića - temelj hrvatske rječničke baštine (računalna obradba). U: Modeli znanja i obrada prirodnoga jezika, Zavod za informacijske studije, Zagreb, 2003, str. 237-272.
3. Leksikografija. U: Enciklopedija Jugoslavije, Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod, Zagreb 1964.

Additional reading list:
1. Franolić, Branko, A bibliography of Croatian dictionaries, Pariz, Nouvelles Editions Latines, 1985
2. Jakobović, Zvonimir: Mjeriteljski pojmovi u najstarijim hrvatskim rječ¬nicima, magistarski rad, Zagreb, 2002. (mentor prof. dr. sc. Damir Boras), Filozofski fakultet sveučilišta u Zagrebu (obrana: 3. 10. 2002)., str 88, lit 41, dodatak

Subject: Lexicography
Course: Bilingual and multilingual lexicography
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian (English)
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: Introduction to Lexicography
Assessment: Seminar project

Course description:
The course deals with the characteristics of bilingual and multilingual dictionaries, their macro- and microstructure, and presentation of lexical information with regard to specific users. The craft of dictionary making is exercised for various types of bilingual dictionaries (based on corpus and other material). Attention is addressed to specific features of the Croatian language in lexicographic context.

Course objectives:
Students will be familiarized with various styles of bilingual (and multilingual) dictionary compilation using corpus lexicography and other methods. They will, to a certain extent, develop the skill of entry construction and establishing lexical equivalence.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Atkins, B.T. (1985) Monolingual and bilingual learners' dictionaries: A comparison, u R. Ilson (ed.).Dictionaries, lexicography and language learning, Pergamon Press
2. Sinclair, J. (2003) Reading Concordances - an introduction. Pearson Education
3. Svensen, B. (1993) Practical Lexicography, Oxford: OUP

Additional reading list:
1. Atkins, B. T. S., Bilingual Dictionaries. Past, present and future, u M.H. Corréard, (ed.), Lexicography and natural language processing. A Festschrift in honour of B. T. S. Atkins, Euralex, Stuttgart, 2002.
2. Ooi, V. B.Y. (1998). Computer Corpus Lexicography, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Subject: Research methods
Courses: Introduction to Research Methods
Course holder: Miroslav Tuđman, full professor
izvođač: dr. sc. Đilda Pečarić

ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: one semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 2 hour of seminar every week
Assessment: seminar report as result of the research on specific topic  
Prerequisites: none

Course description:
The course will give the introduction to the research methodology and its application to the field of information science. The course has its theoretical and practical aspect and aims to introduce students to the actual examples of the research projects in the Department of Information Science on the Faculty of Philosophy, to introduce them to methodologies used and topics being investigated.
The topics covered at course are: basic concepts of research; introduction to research methods; review of quantitative and qualitative methods; subject and goals of research; research ethics; research planning; quantitative research methods; qualitative research methods; quasi-qualitative approach; research planning and representation of research findings (written assignment)

Course objective:
• To understand the methods and importance of the original research
• To understand the qualitative and quantitative methodologies
• To capture the differences and scope of the specific methods in order to be able to apply them correctly in the particular research
• To enable students to design the research drafts, define the research problem, research topics and issues and to describe the adequate methods

Reading list:
1. Marušić, M., Petrovečki M., Petrak J., Marušić, A.: Uvod u znanstveni rad u medicini, Medicinska naklada, Zagreb, 2000.
2. Kuhn, T. Struktura znanstvenih revolucija. Zagreb: Naklada
Jesenski Turk, 2002.
3. Charles H. Busha, Stephen P. Harter. Research Methods in Librarianship: Techniques and Interpretation. New York: Academic Press, 1980.
4. Milko Mejovšek. Uvod u metode znanstvenog istraživanja u društvenim i humanističkim znanostima. Jastrebarsko: Naklada Slap, 2003.
5. Goran Milas. Istraživačke metode u psihologiji i drugim društvenim znanostima. Jastrebarsko: Naklada Slap, 2005.
6. Vlatko Silobrčić. Kako sastaviti, objaviti i ocijeniti znanstveni rad. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada, 2003. (peto izdanje).
7. Miroslav Vujević. Uvođenje u znanstveni rad u području društvenih znanosti. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 2006. (7. dopunjeno izdanje).

Additional reading list:
1. How to Read an Engineering Research Paper original text by Bill Grisworld; modified by G. Murphy. http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~murphy/cpsc507/winter02/documents/reading-eval.htm
2. On Creating Animated Presentations (12 stranica, PDF) Douglas E. Zongker and David H. Salesin. 2003 Symposium on Computer Animation. http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~van/ cpsc590/papers/Zongker.pdf
3. Graphcut Textures: Image and Video Synthesis Using Graph Cuts Vivek Kwatra, Arno Schodl, Irfan Essa, Greg Turk, Aaron Bobick http://www.cc.gatech.edu/cpl/projects/ graphcuttextures/
4. Planning a Scientific Presentation (8 stranica) by Jason Harrison; includes "How to give a bad talk" by David Patterson
5. You and Your Research (16 stranica) Richard Hamming, 1986., http://zapata.seas.smu. edu/~gorsak/hamming.html  
6. The Task of the Referee (7 stranica) Alan J. Smith, 1990, IEEE, http://www. computer.org/tpami/freecontent/taskoftheferee.pdf  
7. Ke Wang, Liu Tang, Jiawei Han, Junqiang Liu: Top Down FP-Growth for Association Rule Mining. PAKDD 2002: 334-340
8. Eamonn Keogh, K. Chakrabarti, S. Mehrotra and M. Pazzani. Locally adaptive dimensionality reduction for indexing large time series databases. ACM SIGMOD 2001: 151-162

Subject: Museum communication   
Course: Fundamentals of museum communication   
ECTS credits: 6 together with the course Museum exhibition
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 hour lecture and 1 hour of practical class
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written report with discussion

Course description: Museological function of the communication – critical approach; Types of the communication in the museum environment; Communication via edition/book versus communication via speech – presentations, lectures etc; Communication in the museum and new media; Exhibition as the most representative tool; Exhibition planning and organising;  Exhibition catalogue versus collection catalogue; Visitor’s aspect of the communication process; Museum visitors, non-visitors and users; Introduction to the museum visitor studies: theory and basic observation techniques; Conclusion.    

Course objectives:
Learners should understand on the theoretical level museological function of the communication, as well as all types of it. On the practical level they should be prepared to produce some of them, especially simple museum publication. Also, they should be acquainted with the basic knowledge of museum visitor studies theory and techniques.  

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Maroević, I. Komunikacija. u: Uvod u muzeologiju. Zagreb: Zavod za informacijske studije, 1993, str. 199-259.
2. Muzejske publikacije. Muzejska publikacija i novi mediji /Tema broja/ Informatica museologica, br. 3-4, 2001, str. 6-116.
3. Hooper-Greenhill, E. Museums and their visitors. London, N.Y: Routledge, 1994.

Additional reading list:
1. Thompson, J. Manual of curatorship: A guide to museum practice. /Museum publications/ London: Butterworth's, 1984.
2. McManus, P M. Written communications for museums and heritage sites, in Archaeological displays and the Public.  London: Archtype books, 2000,  pp. 97-114

Subject: Museum documentation
Course: Museum documentation II
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration : 1 semester (winter)
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 hour of lecture and  1 hour of practical classes per week
Prerequisite: -
Assessment: written report


Course description:
Topics about data value standards and related terminology control tools (thesauri and classifications) will be discussed and elaborated in context of principles of museum documentation. Subject analysis and selecting subject index terms in museum context will be examined.
At practical level students will be trained in use of terminology control tools in manual and computer based documentation of museum object and also in procedures of creation and processing of secondary documentation and descriptions on collection level.

Course objectives:
Adopting the best practice in use of terminology control in processing, search and retrieval of museum documentation information.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:  
1. Vujić, Žarka; Zlodi, Goran. Nova tehnologija i pristup muzejskim zbirkama: iskustvo zagrebačkih umjetničkih muzeja i galerija. // Informatica museologica. 31 (2000), 1-2; 25-31.
2. Vujić, Žarka. Što je ICONCLASS i možemo li ga primijeniti u našim muzejima i galerijama? // MDC - Bilten o informatizaciji muzejske djelatnosti. 1-4, (1998).

Additional reading list:
1. Aitchison, Jean; Gilchrist, Alan; Bawden, David. Thesaurus construction and use : a practical manual. 4th ed. London : Aslib, 2000.

Subject: Collection care
Course: Collection care
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 quarter
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite: Care of Museum Collections Basics
Assessment: written report

Course description:
Preventive care of archeological material I-III - preventive care of textiles I-II  - preventive care of paper I-III - preventive care of painting I-II -  preventive care of sculptures I-II  - preventive care of object of applied arts  - preventive care of natural collections - preventive care of technical material

Course objective:
Acquire fundamental knowledge about characteristics of museum material according material type. Acquire the ability of qualified participation in the team work by the determining of preventive care measures.


Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Knell, S. (Edit.) Care of Collections, London, 1994.
2. Thompson, J.M.A. (Edit.) Manual of Curatorship, London, 1984.

Additional reading list:
1. Edson, G. Dean, D. The Handbook for Museums (Section II), London, New York, 1994.
2. Laszlo, Ž. Priručnik za preventivnu zaštitu slika, Zagreb, 2001.

Subject: Museum collections  
Course:  Museum collections  
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 hour lecture and 1 hour of practical class
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written report with discussion

Course description:
Theories of the collecting; Synchronic approach: characteristics of the collector's behaviour, male and female collecting pattern; Diachronic approach: history of the collecting in Croatia as the effective history;  
Collecting policy and criteria, collecting plan; Collecting today for tomorrow: SAMDOK.
Code of ethics regarding the collections; Relationship to the special museum material – human remains in the museum and heritage institution; Problem of the authenticity – history of item; Fake as the museum object.
Research of the material culture – models; Connoisseurs v. museum professionals; Relationship of the museology to the basic scientific disciplines; Identities of the museum objects;
Documentation of the museum objects as a part of the researching; Presentation of the research results; Conclusion.

Course objectives:
Learners should understand the collecting phenomenon in general as well as developing of the collections in the museum and other heritage institutions. They should be able to write simple collecting policy and collection plan, demonstrate knowledge of the material culture researching and communicating of the results.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:  
1. Cannon-Brooks, P. Nature of the collection. u: Thompson, J.M.A. (Ed.). Manual of Curatorship. Butterworths: The Museum Association, str. 115-123.
2. Maroević, I. Uvod u muzeologiju. Poglavlja: Zaštita i istraživanje /proučavanje. Zagreb: Zavod za informacijske studije, 1993, 169-199.
3. Ritzenthaler, M.L. i ostali. Upravljanje zbirkama fotografija. Poglavlja: 1, 3, 4. Zagreb: Hrvatski državni arhiv, 2004.

Additional reading list
1. Cedrenius, G; Johnsdotter, M. Suvremena dokumentacija - ne samo predmeti već i ljudska bića. Informatica museologica, vol. 25, 1994, 63-68.
2. Vujić, Žarka; Zlodi, Goran. Nova tehnologija i pristup muzejskim zbirkama: iskustvo zagrebačkih umjetničkih muzeja i galerija. Informatica museologica. 31, 2000, str. 25-31.

Subject: Virtual museum
Course: Virtual museum
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 quarter
Status: elective course
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite: -
Assessment: written report


Course description:
Introductory themes include analyze of concepts of virtual reality, the virtual museum in different media and concepts of connectivity and interactivity. Concepts of originality in the real museum institution and originality in the virtual reality will be discussed and compared. Typology of virtual museums, economic cost-effectiveness of creating and maintenance of virtual museum and virtual museums visitors studies will be considered.

Course objectives:
Acquire knowledge about typology and basic concepts of the virtual museums, and evaluation and critical judgment of virtual museums.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Vujić, Žarka. Istraživanje prezentiranja etnografskih muzeja na webu // Etnološka istraživanja 7 (2001) 79-101.
2. Wired Museum. Washington : American Association of Museums, 2001

Additional reading list:
1. Vujić, Žarka; Zlodi, Goran. The Virtual Museum in the School Library. // BOBCATSS"99 Proceedings: Learning Society - Learning Organisation - Lifelong Learning / (ur.). Darmstadt; Stuttgart : Fachhochschule Darmstadt; Fachhoschschule Stuttgart, 1999. 496-503.
2. Zlodi, Goran. Muzejska komunikacija u novom okruženju : web-stranica Etnografske zbirke Samoborskog muzeja // Etnološka istraživanja 7 (2001) 103-109.

Subject: Museum communication
Course: Museum exhibitions
ECTS credits: 6 (together with the course Fundamentals of Museum Communication)
Language: Croatian
Status: compulsory
Teaching methods: 2 hours lecture, 1 hour practical class
Prerequisite: successful completion of Fundamentals of Museum Communication
Assessment: written report + oral exam

Course description:  
Introduction; Exhibition Theory: Concept and Nature; Historical Overview; Exhibition Aims and Values; Transition from study and protection to exhibiting experiences; Exhibition types for the museum environment; Exhibiting techniques; Reality/illusion in a museum context; Exhibiting styles: aesthetic, theatrical, didactic – expography; Relationship between people and exhibits; Exhibits as information, symbols and preciousness; Narrative quality of exhibitions; Exhibiting practice: exhibition components and construction – planning to technical realization; Visitors as recipients of meaning; Potential, target and real audience; Exhibition evaluation: concept, type, methodology. Conclusion.

Course objectives:
Introduce theoretical discourse about museum exhibitions and exhibiting practice; preparing for independence in exhibition projects and the basic level of exhibition evaluation.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Dean, D. Museum exhibition: Theory and practice. New York: Routledge, 1994.
2. Lord, B; G.D. Lord. Manual of the museum exhibition. California: AltaMira Press, 2002.

Subject: Heritage and development
Course: Heritage and development
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (summer)
Status: Compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of seminar weekly
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: written exam

Course description:
Introductory lecture; The World today: Ideas, Movements, Challenges; World and Development; Sustainable Development; Collective memory; Identity, Survival, Continuity; Critic of Museum Practice; Social ethics of Heritage; Social (Community) Projects; Heritage Institutions as counter-active tool; Cybernetic Museum; Sustainable Development; Eco-museums and Community Museums; Cultural Industry; Heritage industry; Creative Industry; Cultural Tourism; The art of Heritage Communication; Total Museum (Heritage Networks, Virtual Museum)

Course objectives:
To introduce and understand the relations within the contemporary society and the role of the heritage within it; to introduce the sources, the role and the possibilities of heritage implementation, as well as the current and possible practice ways of functioning in the society and development strategy.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Davis, Peter. Ecomuseums - sense of place. London; New York : Leicester University Press, 1999. (or 2nd Edition, 2011.)
2. Sorensen, M.L.S. & Carman, J. (eds.). Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London : Routledge, 2009.
3. Harrison, Rodney. Heritage: Critical Approaches. Abingdon and New York : Routledge, 2013.
4. Šola, Tomislav. Eseji o muzejima i njihovoj teoriji - prema kibernetičkom muzeju. Zagreb : Hrvatski nacionalni komitet ICOM-a, 2003.
5. Collection of selected articles (available at the FFZG Omega e-learning)
Additional reading list:
1. Barnes, Julian. Engleska, Engleska. Zagreb. Celeber. 2000.

 

Subject: Cultural tourism
Course: Cultural tourism
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: compulsory course
Method of teaching: 1 hours lecture and 1 hours of practical class
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written report

Course description:
Tourism as a notion; Defining cultural tourism; Historical aspects of  tourism development; Cultural tourism subsets; Cultural-tourism products; Cultural-tourism market; Cultural tourists: Cultural supply and cultural demand in tourism; Identification of the cultural-tourism resources;  Development and classification of  tourism attractions; The notion, subject, identity and development of the cultural-tourism destination; Interpretation and presentation of the heritage in cultural tourism; Cultural tourism and community - cultures and communication; Tourism and environment; The notion of sustainability in tourism - protection of heritage in cultural tourism; Heritage at risk from tourism; Threats from tourism to Cultural Heritage; Cultural tourism competitiveness; Tourism policy and organization; Tourism development; Inter-sectorial partnerships; Institutional networking; International legislative framework for the development of cultural tourism.

Course objectives:
The course aims to develop comprehensive understanding of multi-disciplinary area of cultural tourism, partnership between tourism industry and museology; Its objective is to familiarize students with tourism terminology and objectives by examining a range of industry practices in their cultural contexts. The course combines theoretical analysis of tourism trends and practical contact with selected local, regional and national cultural tourism attractions, cultural and tourism organizations and institutions engaged in the development of cultural tourism.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. McKercher, B. Du Cros Hilary. Cultural tourism. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2002.
2. Strategija za razvoj kulturnog turizma RH, Institut za turizam Zagreb, 2003.

Additional reading list:
1. Diekman, Anya. Zaštita graditeljske baštine nasuprot turizmu: Belgijsko istraživanje.TURIZAM, 2002., str. 267.-284.
2. Pasakova, M. Životni ciklus destinacije povijesnog grada. TURIZAM,  2002, str. 251.-266.

Subject: Museum institution  
Course: Museum architecture
ECTS credits: 3
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective course
Method of teaching: 1 lecture hour and 1 hour of practical class
Prerequisite:
Assessment: written report

Course description:
Introduction: specifics of the museum architecture; Analysis of the museum functions and its reflection on the museum space organization; History and typology of the museum architecture; Museum and galleries architecture in the Croatia and Zagreb; Recent museum projects; Portraits: Frank Garry, Daniel Liebeskind; Adapted museum buildings (Zagreb-London); Planning of the new museum; Functional/museological programme; Museum space typology; Special requirements of the museum environment; Museum lightening; Managing of the museum building; Security; Conclusion.

Course objective:
Learners should understand the history, typology and importance of the museum buildings, recognise all elements of the museum building and its dependse on the technology of the museum work. They should be able to collaborate with architect in the process of the museum planning.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:  
1. Henderson, J. Museum architecture. Gloucester, Mass: Rockport Publishers, 2001.
2. Laszlo, Ž. Arhitekti i muzealci. Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora, br. 4, 2001, str. 44-49.

Additional reading list:
1. Maroević, I. Novija muzejska arhitektura u Hrvatskoj. u: Čovjek i prostor, br. 3, 1986.
2. Ritchie, I. An architect's view of recent developments in European museums. u: Towards the Museum of the Future. London, N.Y: Routledge, 1994, 7-30.

Subject:        Information sources and systems in archives
Course:        Information sources and systems in archives
ECTS credits:    3
Language:        Croatian
Duration:        1 semester
Status:        compulsory
Method of teaching:    1 lecture hour and 1 hour of practical classes
Prerequisite:        none
Assessment:        oral exam

Course description:
Role and importance of archives in the modern society. Computerization of archives. Archival Information System (ArhIS). Role of archives in providing information. Accessibility and restriction of access to archives. Activities and services of information service in archives. Available information resources and referential sources for providing information about archives in Croatia. Registers in archives. Archives and Internet. Archival web information systems.

Course objectives:
Students are acquainted with methods of computerization of archives, they are qualified to use and design information systems of archives, they are acquainted with registers in archives and with information projects related to archives.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1.    Lemić, Vlatka. Arhivi i Internet : nove mogućosti dostupnosti i korištenja arhivskoga gradiva. Arhivski vjesnik. 45 (2002), str. 207-218
2.    Zaštita osobnih podataka i dostupnost informacija. Preporuke Vijeća Europe, Zagreb, Hrvatski državni arhiv, 2002.
3.    Pravilnik o korištenju arhivskoga gradiva (Narodne novine 67/1999)
4.    Pravilnik o evidencijama u arhivima (Narodne novine 90/2002)

Additional reading list:
1.    Delmas, Bruno. Archival science facing the information society. // Archival science 1, 1 (2001), str. 25-37
2.    Pugh, Mary Jo. Providing reference services for archives and manuscripts. Chicago : The Society of American Archivists, 1992.
3.    Lemić, Vlatka. Arhivi i korisnici : stanje i perspektive informacijske službe u Hrvatskoj i svijetu. u / 7. Seminar Arhivi, knjižnice, muzeji, <poreč, 26-28.="" studenoga="" 2003.=""> : mogućnosti suradnje u okruženju globalne informacijske infrastrukture / uredila Tinka Katić. Zagreb : Hrvatsko knjižničarsko društvo, 2004. str. 36-46

Subject: History of institutions in Croatia
Course: History of institutions in Croatia
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of seminar
Prerequisite: none
Assessment: written and oral exam

Course description:
Organization and functioning of institutions of medieval Croatia: central government (ruler, duke, governor, Croatian parliament, conferences, first notary etc.), counties, towns and municipalities, religious institutions, manors.
Institutions of the Hungarian kingdom until 1526. Institutions of the Republic of Venice. Venetian administration in Dalmatia. Central institutions of the Hapsburg Monarchy since 1526. Croatian lands under Ottoman government.
Administrative organization on the territory of the Croatian Military Border. Institutions in Istria and Rijeka.
Reforms of Maria Theresa and Joseph II. Illyrian Provinces and the French administration. Austrian administration in Dalmatia and Istria until 1848.
Organization of public administration 1848-1918. Central government offices in Vienna and Budapest. Kingdom of Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia. Administration of justice 1848-1918.
Administrative and territorial organization of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes / Kingdom of Yugoslavia, organization of justice, schools, army, economy.
Istria, Rijeka and Zadar under Italian administration 1918/1923.
Administrative and territorial organization of the Independent State of Croatia. Administration of justice, public services, army and schools in the Independent State of Croatia. Military units and institutions of foreign forces on Croatian territory during WWII. Organization and activities of partisan civil and military government bodies.
Administrative and territorial organization of Croatia in the socialist period. Organization and jurisdictions of federal bodies and institutions. Government bodies and public institutions in republics. Local government. Administration of justice. Schooling system. Reforms of political and economic system. State-sponsored organizations. Administration system after 1990.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Course objectives:
Students are acquainted with the organization and functioning of institutions having jurisdiction over Croatian territory with a special reference to the development, jurisdiction and interdependence of the institutions.

Reading list:
1. I. Beuc, Povijest institucija državne vlasti Kraljevine Hrvatske, Slavonije i Dalmacije, Zagreb, 1985.
2. I. Beuc, Povijest institucija državne vlasti u Hrvatskoj (1527-1945), Zagreb 1969.
3. J. Kolanović, Hrvatski sabor od narodnih zborovanja do građanskog sabora 1848, u:, Hrvatski sabor Zagreb 1994: str. 9-59.
4. N. Stančić, Hrvatski građanski sabor 1848-1918, u: Hrvatski sabor, Zagreb 1994., str. 61-98.
Additional reading list:
1. M. Horvat, K. Bastaić, H. Sirotković, Rječnik historije države i prava, Zagreb 1968.
2. A. Dabinović, Hrvatska državna i pravna povijest, Zagreb 1990.
3. J. Kolanović, Hrvatske kraljevinske konferencije, u: Hrvatske kraljevinske konferencije, Zagreb 1985:15-43.
4. F. Čulinović, Državnopravni razvitak Jugoslavije, Pravni fakultet, Zagreb, 1981.
5. Ing-registar, Inženjerski biro, Zagreb as a secondary publication for finding laws and regulations, as well as Narodne novine.

Course: Academic librarianship
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian, German
Duration: 1 semester
Status: elective
Method of teaching: 2 hours of lectures and 1 hour of seminar
Prerequisite:
Assessment: oral and written exam

Course description:
Academic libraries vs. other types of libraries. Organisation of libraries within the university education system: diversity of tasks and linking methods. Particularities in managing academic libraries. American and European academic librarianship. Libraries in the Croatian system of university education. Academic libraries vs. university education and scientific communication. Organisation and history of university libraries. Challenges: new information technologies, new services, principle of access vs. principle of possession, consortia, education of users, status of librarians and libraries.

Course objectives:
The students shall learn the role and tasks of libraries within the university education system, and changes and challenges of contemporary academic librarianship.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list
1. Aparac-Gazivoda, T. Sveučilišni bibliotečni sustavi u teoriji i praksi. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 33,1/4(1990), str. 43-52.
2. Ambrožič, M. Utvrđivanje uspješnosti poslovanja visokoškolskih knjižnica: od kvantitativnih do kvalitativnih pokazatelja : doktorska disertacija. Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, 1999. Str. 111-195.
3. Brophy, P. The academic library.London : Facet Publishing, 2000.
4. Petrak, J. Izobrazba studenata za djelotvorne korisnike informacija: iskustva Središnje medicinske knjižnice Medicinskog fakulteta u Zagrebu. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske 41,1/4(1998), 15-20.
5. Petrak, J., Aparac-Jelušić, T. Knjižnice na hrvatskim sveučilištima : tradicija i promjene. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske (u tisku).
6. Hayes, R. M. Strategic management for academic libraries : a handbook. Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Press, 1993.

Course title: Library management

 

Instructor: Associate professor Radovan Vrana, PhD

 

ECTS credits: 6

 

Course language: Croatian

 

Semester: 8th

 

Status: Compulsory

 

Form of Instruction: Lectures and seminars

 

Prerequisites: none

 

Examination: Written + student paper

 

Course objective: The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with most important concepts in library management.

 

Course description:

  • Introduction to management in libraries, Library as an organization
  • Characteristics of managers
  • Management functions
  • Decision making
  • Resources management in library
  • Marketing
  • Leadership
  • Motivation
  • Change manegement

 

Reading list:

  1. Pavičić, Jurica ; Alfirević, Nikša ; Aleksić, Ljiljana. Marketing i menadžment u kulturi i umjetnosti. Zagreb : Masmedia, 2006
  2. Sikavica, Pere; Bahtijarević-Šiber, Fikreta. Menadžment : teorija menadžmenta i veliko empirijsko istraživanje u Hrvatskoj. Zagreb : Masmedia, 2004.
  3. Sikavica, Pere; Bahtijarević-Šiber, Fikreta; Pološki Vokić, Nina. Temelji menadžmenta. Zagreb : Školska knjiga, 2008.
  4. Evans, G. Edward; Ward, Patricia Layzell; Rugaas, Bendik. Management basics for information professionals. New York; London: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2000.
  5. Potter, Ned. The library marketing toolkit. London: Facet publishing, 2012.

 

Recommende reading:

  1. Choy, Fatt Cheong. Libraries and librarians – what next? // Library Management 28, 3(2007), 112-124.
  2. Davies, Eric J. Taking a measured approach to library management: performance evidence applications and culture. // Management, marketing and promotion of library services based on statistics, analyses and evaluation. /  edited by Trine Kolderup Flaten. München, Munchen : K.G. Saur, 2006, Str. 17-32.
  3. Enache, Ionel. The theoretical fundamentals of library marketing. // Philobiblon 13(2008), 477-490.
  4. Ozretić-Došen, Đ. Osnove marketinga usluga. Zagreb : Mikrorad, 2002.
  5. Russell, Susan E.; Jie Huang. Libraries’ role in equalizing access to information. // Library Management 30, 1/2(2009), 69-76.
  6. Sikavica, Pere; Bahtijarević-Šiber, Fikreta; Pološki Vokić, Nina. Suvremeni menadžment: vještine, sustavi i izazovi. Zagreb : Školska knjiga, 2008.
  7. Waller, Vivienne; Ian McShane. Analysing the challenges for large public libraries in the twenty-first century : a case study of the State Library of Victoria in Australia. // First Monday. 13, 12(2008) http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/viewArticle/2155/2060


Course title: Internet culture

 

Instructor: Associate professor Radovan Vrana, PhD

 

ECTS credits: 3

 

Course language: Croatian

 

Semester: 7th

 

Status: Compulsory

 

Form of Instruction: Lectures and seminars

 

Prerequisites: none

 

Examination: Written + student paper

 

Course objective: The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with most important communication paradigms on the internet and its role in society.

 

Course description:

  • The internet and society
  • World Wide Web
  • The internet as a communication environment
  • The internet as a collaboration environment
  • The internet as an educational environment
  • Electronic commerce and business on the internet
  • Safe use of the internet
  • The internet as a research environment
  • Netiquette
  • Deep Web
  • Media and entairtainment content on the internet
  • Usability and Web site development


Reading list:

  1. Bradley, Phil. How to use Web 2.0 in your library. London : Facet publishing, 2007.
  2. Farkas, Meredith G. Social Software in Libraries: Building Collaboration, Communication, and Community Online. Medford: Information Today, Inc., 2007.
  3. Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko; Savolainen, Reijo. Towards Library 2.0: The Adoption of Web 2.0 Technologies in Public Libraries. // Libri, 61, 2(2011), pp.87-99.
  4. Gralla, Preston. How the Internet works. Indianapolis: QUE, 2007.
  5. Tripathi, Manorama; Kumar, Sunil. Use of Web 2.0 tools in academic libraries: A reconnaissance of the international landscape. // The International Information & Library Review 42, 3(2010), 195-207.

 

Recommende reading:

  1. Anderson, P. (2007), What Is Web 2.0? Ideas, Technologies and Implications for Education, JISC TechWatch report, URL:www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/techwatch/tsw0701bword.doc
  2. Peltier-Davis, Cheryl. Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Library User 2.0, Librarian 2.0: Innovative Services for Sustainable Libraries. // Computers in Libraries, 29, 10(2009), pp. 16-21.
  3. Castells, Manuel. Internet galaksija : razmišljanja o Internetu, poslovanju i društvu. Zagreb : Naklada Jesenski i Turk : Hrvatsko sociološko društvo , 2003
  4. Maness, Jack M. (2006), “Library 2.0 theory: Web 2.0 and its implications for libraries”, Webology, Vol. 3 No. 2, URL: www.webology.ir/2006/v3n2/a25.html
  5. Miller, Joseph B. internet technologies and information services, Libraries Unlimited, 2009.
  6. Stephens, Michael. Taming Technolust Ten Steps for Planning in a 2.0 World. // Library Reference and User Services, 47, 4(2008), 314-317.
  7. Bawden, D. & Robinson, L. (2009) The dark side of information: overload, anxiety and other paradoxes and pathologies, Journal of Information Science, 35(2), 180-191.

 

 

 

Information sciences - Museology and heritage management - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructor Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum collections
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Vujić Collection care
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Zlodi Museum documentation II
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum communication
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
   Zlodi Heritage and development
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Vujić Museum exhibitions
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Zlodi Virtual museum
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
           
   Babić Heritage Interpretation
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Vujić Museum Education
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum management
1/1/0
3
 
           
   Babić Heritage Management
2/2/0
6
 
           
   Babić Heritage Marketing
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
0
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum architecture
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Praksa - Diplomski studija - MUZ - DP - 60 sati
0/0/0
4
 
           
    Završni rad - Diplomski - MUZ - DP
0/0/0
10
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
           
  Zlodi Cultural tourism 1/1/0 3  
           
    Total  
20
 
           
 

 

 

Information sciences - Museology and heritage management - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructor Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum collections  
       
  Vujić Collection care  
       
  Zlodi Museum documentation II  
       
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum communication  
       
    Elective courses  
  Lauc Socio-humanistic informatics  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
   Zlodi Heritage and development  
       
  Vujić Museum collections  
       
  Zlodi Virtual museum  
       
    Elective courses  
       
   Babić Heritage Interpretation  
       
  Vujić Museum Education  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum management  
       
   Babić Heritage Management  
       
   Babić Heritage Marketing  
       
    Elective courses  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum architecture  
       
    Praksa - Diplomski studija - MUZ - DP - 60 sati  
       
    Završni rad - Diplomski - MUZ - DP  
       
    Elective courses  
       
  Zlodi Cultural tourism  
       
       
 

 

 

Information sciences - Museology and heritage management - single major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum collections
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Vujić Collection care
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Zlodi Museum documentation II
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum communication
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Tuđman Introduction to research methods
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
15
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
   Zlodi Heritage and development
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Vujić Museum exhibitions
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Zlodi Virtual museum
1/1/0
3
 
           
   Babić Heritage Interpretation
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Vujić Museum Education
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
12
 
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum management
1/1/0
3
 
           
   Babić Heritage Management
2/2/0
6
 
           
   Babić Heritage Marketing
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
15
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Vujić Museum architecture
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Zlodi Cultural tourism
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
1
 
           
    Total  
30
 
 

 

 

Information sciences - Museology and heritage management - single major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum collections  
       
  Vujić Collection care  
       
  Zlodi Museum documentation II  
       
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum communication  
       
  Tuđman Introduction to research methods  
       
    Elective courses  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
   Zlodi Heritage and development  
       
  Vujić Museum exhibitions  
       
  Zlodi Virtual museum  
       
   Babić Heritage Interpretation  
       
  Vujić Museum Education  
       
    Elective courses  
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum management  
       
   Babić Heritage Management  
       
   Babić Heritage Marketing  
       
    Elective courses  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Vujić Museum architecture  
       
  Zlodi Cultural tourism  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
 

 

Information sciences - Informatology programme - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Tuđman, Pečarić Introduction to research methods  
       
    Elective courses  
  Bratanić Introduction to Lexicography  
  Bratanić Introduction to terminology and terminography  
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools  
  Naknadno Lexicography: Thematic lexicography (Thesaurus construction)  
  Vrana Internet culture  
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I  
  Tuđman Introduction to intelligence systems and services  
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Tuđman Information science epistemology  
       
    Elective courses  
  Ravlić Introduction to encyclopaedica  
  Gačić Corpus lexicography  
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models  
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory  
  Bratanić Monolingual lexicography  
  Bratanić Terminology seminar  
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge management systems  
  Tuđman, Pečarić Bibliometrics  
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory corses  
       
  Pavlina Information System Design  
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems  
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections  
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum collections management  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
    Elective courses  
  Naknadno Lexicography  
  Naknadno Bilingual and multilingual lexicography  
  Naknadno Croatian dictionary heritage  
  Naknadno Dictionary knowledge presentation  
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I  
  Tuđman Business intelligence  
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence  
  Naknadno Information politics  
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
    Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
       
       

Information sciences - Informatology programme - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Tuđman, Pečarić Introduction to research methods
1/2/0
5
 
           
    Elective courses  
12
 
    Introduction to Lexicography
2/0/0
3
 
    Introduction to terminology and terminography
2/0/0
3
 
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools
1/1/1
5
 
  Naknadno Lexicography: Thematic lexicography (Thesaurus construction)
0/2/0
3
 
  Vrana Internet culture
1/1/0
3
 
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems 1
1/1/1
6
 
  Tuđman Introduction to intelligence systems and services
1/1/0
3
 
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management
2/2/0
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences
1/3/0
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Tuđman Information science epistemology
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
12
 
  Ravlić Introduction to encyclopaedica
1/1/0
3
 
  Gačić Corpus lexicography
1/1/0
3
 
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models
1/1/1
5
 
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory
1/1/2
6
 
  Bratanić Monolingual lexicography
0/2/0
3
 
  Bratanić Terminology seminar
1/1/0
3
 
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge organization systems
1/1/0
3
 
  Tuđman, Pečarić Bibliometrics
1/1/0
3
 
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Pavlina Information System Design
2/2/0
6
 
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems
2/2/0
6
 
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections
2/1/0
6
 
  Vujić Fundamentals of museum collections management
2/1/0
6
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
    Elective courses  
1
 
  Naknadno Lexicography
1/1/0
3
 
  Naknadno Bilingual and multilingual lexicography
0/2/0
3
 
  Naknadno Croatian dictionary heritage
1/1/0
3
 
  Naknadno Dictionary knowledge presentation
1/1/0
3
 
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I
1/1/1
6
 
  Tuđman Bussiness intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
  Naknadno Information politics
1/1/0
3
 
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication
1/1/0
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing
2/2/0
5
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences
1/3/0
6
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
0
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           

Information sciences - Computer science teaching track programme - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Information technology in education
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
6
 
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory
2/0/2
6
 
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching
1/0/1
3
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science I
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
9
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Insctructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science II
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Creative teaching workshop
0/0/2
4
 
           
    Elective courses  
5
 
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools
1/1/1
5
 
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching
1/0/1
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
    Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
0
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           
 

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science teaching track programme - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Information technology in education  
       
    Elective courses  
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory  
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching  
  Lauc Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science I  
       
    Elective courses  
       


3rd semester

       
  Insctructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science II  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Creative teaching workshop  
       
    Elective courses  
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools  
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
    Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
       
 

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science teaching track programme - single major

 

1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Information technology in education
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Electives courses  
15
 
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching
1/0/1
3
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
30
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science I
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Tuđman Information science epistemology
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
18
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science II
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Creative teaching workshop
0/0/2
4
 
           
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools
1/1/1
5
 
           
    Elective courses  
15
 
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching
1/0/1
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
 
Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing
2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
30
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
    Electives  
7
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           
 

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science teaching track programme - single major - Syllabi

 

1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory  
       
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Information technology in education  
       
    Electives courses  
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching  
  Lauc Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science I  
       
  Tuđman Information science epistemology  
       
    Elective courses  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Teaching methodology in information science II  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Creative teaching workshop  
       
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools  
       
    Elective courses  
  Boras Computer-Assisted Teaching  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
 
Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing
 
           


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
    Electives  
       
 

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science research track programme - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Mateljan Database programming
2/0/2
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools
1/1/1
5
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application
1/2/1
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory
1/1/2
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
9
 
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models
1/1/1
5
 
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Mateljan Logical programming
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Pavlina Information System Design
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Tepeš Computational linguistics
2/2/0
6
 
  Dovedan Han Data-driven language modelling
1/0/2
4
 
  Mateljan Mobile applications
2/0/1
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing 2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    IZBORNI KOLEGIJI  
0
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           

Information sciences - Computer science research track programme - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory  
       
  Mateljan Database programming  
       
    Elective courses  
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
  Seljan Translation Memories as Translation Tools  
  Lauc Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory  
       
    Elective courses  
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models  
  Mateljan Arificial intelligence  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Mateljan Logical programming  
       
  Pavlina Information System Design  
       
    Elective courses  
  Tepeš Computational linguistics  
  Dovedan Han Data-driven language modelling  
  Mateljan Mobile applications  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    IZBORNI KOLEGIJI  
       
       

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science research track programme - single major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graph theory
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools
1/1/1
5
 
           
  Mateljan Database programming
2/0/2
6
 
           
           
    Elective courses  
7
 
  Kocijan Grammar-Driven Language Models
1/1/2
6
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Dovedan Han Data-driven language modelling 1/0/2 4  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing
2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
30
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Insctructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory
1/1/2
6
 
           
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models
1/1/1
5
 
           
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Tuđman Information science epistemology
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
13
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Mateljan Logical programming
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Pavlina Information System Design
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Tepeš Computational linguistic
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application 1/2/1 6  
           
    Elective courses  
12
 
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application 1/2/1 6  
  Mateljan Mobile applications
2/0/1
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences 1/3/0 6  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected Chapters from Natural Language Processing
2/2/0 5  
           
    Total  
30
 
           


4th semester

           
  Nositelj Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
7
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           
 

 

 

 

Information sciences - Computer science research track programme - single major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Tepeš Combinatorics and graphs theory  
       
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
       
  Seljan Translation Memories and Translation Tools  
       
  Mateljan Database programming  
       
       
    Elective courses  
  Kocijan Grammar-Driven Language Models  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Dovedan Han Data-driven language modelling  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing
 
           


2nd semester

       
  Insctructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Dovedan Han Syntax analysis and application theory  
       
  Seljan Computational Grammar Models  
       
  Mateljan Artificial intelligence  
       
  Tuđman Information science epistemology  
       
    Elective courses  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Mateljan Logical programming  
       
  Pavlina Information System Design  
       
  Tepeš Computational linguistics  
       
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application  
       
    Elective courses  
  Dovedan Han Theory of translation and application  
  Mateljan Mobile applications  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Leraning in Information Sciences  
  Mikelić Preradović
Ljubešić
Selected chapters from Natural Language Processing
 
           


4th semester

       
  Nositelj Mandatory courses  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
       
 

 

 

Information sciences - Library science programme - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I
1/1/1
6
 
           
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections
2/1/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Živković Publishing and booktrade
2/1/0
6
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Vrana Internet culture
1/1/0
3
 
  Banek Zorica School libraries
2/2/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar
0/2/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems II
1/2/0
6
 
           
  Barbarić Bibliographic organisation II
2/0/2
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Vrana Library management
2/1/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments
2/1/0
5
 
  Živković Academic librarianship
2/1/0
6
 
  Barbarić Book and reading
1/1/0
3
 
  Babarić Public libraries 2/1/0 6  
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Insctructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management
2/2/0
6
 
  Živković Digital library II
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
9
 
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication
1/1/0
3
 
  Banek Zorica School libraries
2/2/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar
0/2/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Electives  
0
 
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments
2/1/0
5
 
  Živković Academic librarianship
2/1/0
6
 
  Barbarić Book and reading
1/1/0
3
 
  Barbarić Public libraries 2/1/0 6  
           
    Total  
23
 
           
 

 

 

Information sciences - Library science programme - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval system I  
       
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections  
       
    Elective courses  
  Živković Publishing and booktrade  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Vrana Internet culture  
  Banek Zorica School libraries  
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval system II  
       
  Barbarić Bibliographic organisation II  
       
    Elective courses  
  Vrana Library management  
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments  
  Živković Academic librarianship  
  Barbarić Book and reading  
  Barbarić Public libraries  
       


3rd semester

       
  Insctructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management  
  Živković Digital library II  
       
    Elective courses  
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication  
  Banek Zorica School libraries  
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Electives  
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments  
  Živković Academic librarianship  
  Barbarić Book and reading  
  Barbarić Public libraries  
       
 

 

 

Information sciences - Library science programme - single major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections
2/1/0
6
 
           
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I
1/1/1
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
18
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
  Vrana Internet culture
1/1/0
3
 
  Živković Publishing and booktrade
2/1/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica School libraries
2/2/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar
0/2/0
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Barbarić Bibliographic organisation II
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems II
1/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
18
 
  Vrana Library management
2/1/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica /
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments
2/1/0
5
 
  Živković Academic librarianship
2/1/0
6
 
  Barbarić Book and reading
1/1/0
3
 
  Barbarić Public libraries 2/1/0 6  
           
    Total  
30
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Živković Digital library II
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
24
 
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication
1/1/0
3
 
  Banek Zorica School libraries
2/2/0
6
 
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar
0/2/0
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
7
 
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments
2/1/0
5
 
  Živković Academic librarianship
2/1/0
6
 
  Barbarić Book and reading
1/1/0
3
 
  Barbarić Public libraries 2/1/0 6  
           
    Total  
30
 
           

 

Information sciences - Library science programme - single major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Hebrang Grgić Libraries and library collections  
       
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I  
       
    Elective courses  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
  Vrana Internet culture  
  Živković Publishing and booktrade  
  Banek Zorica School libraries  
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Barbarić Bibliographic organisation  II  
       
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems II  
       
    Elective courses  
  Vrana Library management  
  Banek Zorica /
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments  
  Živković Academic librarianship  
  Barbarić Book and reading  
  Barbarić Public libraries  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Živković Digital library II  
       
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents  
       
    Elective courses  
  Hebrang Grgić Journals and scholarly communication  
  Banek Zorica School libraries  
  Banek Zorica UDC Seminar  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
  Banek Zorica
Špiranec
Electronic educational environments  
  Živković Academic librarianship  
  Barbarić Book and reading  
  Barbarić Public libraries  
       

Information sciences - Archival science study programme - double major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Ćosić History of institutions in Croatia
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Matijević-Sokol Information sources and systems in archives
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
3
 
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
  Mateljan Database programming
2/0/2
6
 
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management
2/2/0
6
 
     
1/1/0
3
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences
1/3/0
5
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Stančić Archival legislation
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Stančić Digital archives
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
6
 
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge organization systems
1/1/0
3
 
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces
1/1/0
3
 
  Tuđman Information science epistemology
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Stančić Arrangement and description of archives
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
6
 
  Pavlina Information System Design
2/2/0
6
 
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I
1/1/1
6
 
  Babić Heritage Management
2/2/0
6
 
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences
1/3/0
5
 
           
    Total  
15
 
           


4th semestar

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Zlodi Metadata in resource management
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    Elective courses  
0
 
           
    Total  
18
 
           
 

 

 

 

Information sciences - Archival science study programme - double major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Ćosić History of institutions in Croatia  
       
  Matijević-Sokol Information sources and systems in archives  
       
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents  
       
    Elective courses  
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
  Mateljan Database programming  
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management  
       
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
   Stančić Archival legislation  
       
  Stančić Digital archives  
       
    Elective courses  
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge management systems  
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces  
  Tuđman Information science epistemology  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems  
       
  Stančić Arrangement and description of archives  
       
    Elective courses  
  Pavlina Information System Design  
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I  
  Babić Heritage Management  
  Mikelić Preradović Service Learning in Information Sciences  
       


4th semestar

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Zlodi Metadata in resource management  
       
    Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    Elective courses  
       
 

 

 

 

Information sciences - Archival science programme - single major


1st semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Ćosić History of institutions in Croatia
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Matijević-Sokol Information sources and systems in archives
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Mateljan Database programming
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
6
 
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet
2/0/2
6
 
    Information legislation and ethics
1/1/0
3
 
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics
1/0/1
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


2nd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
    Archival legislation
2/0/2
6
 
           
  Stančić Digital archives
1/1/0
3
 
           
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge organization systems
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Elective courses  
18
 
  Tuđman Information science epistemology
1/1/0
3
 
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


3rd semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems
2/2/0
6
 
           
  Stančić Arrangement and description of archives
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Pavlina Information System Design
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Elective courses  
15
 
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I
1/1/1
6
 
  Babić Heritage Management
2/2/0
6
 
           
    Total  
30
 
           


4th semester

           
  Instructors Mandatory courses
Schedule type (Lectures/Seminars/Exercises)
ECTS
 
           
  Zlodi Metadata in resource management
1/0/1
3
 
           
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij
0/0/0
8
 
           
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski
0/0/0
15
 
           
    IZBORNI KOLEGIJI  
4
 
  Stančić Digital records preservation
1/1/0
3
 
           
    Total  
30
 
 

 

Information sciences - Archival science study programme - single major - Syllabi


1st semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Ćosić History of institutions in Croatia  
       
  Matijević-Sokol Information sources and systems in archives  
       
  Stančić Digitization and migration of documents  
       
  Mateljan Database programming  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge and information management  
       
    Elective courses  
  Mateljan Databases on the Internet  
       
  Boras
Lauc
Socio-humanistic informatics  
       


2nd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Stančić Archival legislation  
       
  Stančić Digital archives  
       
  Lasić-Lazić Knowledge management systems  
       
    Elective courses  
  Tuđman Information science epistemology  
  Stančić Digitisation of 3D objects and spaces  
       


3rd semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Stančić, Rajh Planning and designing records management systems  
       
  Stančić Arrangement and description of archives  
       
  Pavlina Information System Design  
       
    Elective courses  
  Špiranec Indexing and retrieval systems I  
  Babić Heritage Management  
       


4th semester

       
  Instructors Mandatory courses  
       
  Zlodi Metadata in resource management  
       
  Naknadno Praksa - Diplomski studij  
       
  Naknadno Završni rad - Diplomski  
       
    IZBORNI KOLEGIJI  
  Stančić Digital records preservation