"Everybody ... should learn how to program a computer, should learn a computer language, because it teaches you how to think."-Steve Jobs
Welcome to INLS 560 WEB. This course, offered by the UNC School of Information and Library Science, is a web-based online course that provides an introduction to computer programming focusing on language fundamentals and programming techniques for library and information science applications. Course content emphasizes problem-solving through the development of practical applications.
Please note that this course is designed for students with no prior programming experience. If you already know how to program, this is not the course for you.
Time: Asynchronous! Lectures released most Tuesdays/Thursdays at 9:30am via Sakai (scheduled available on Sakai)
Place: All course content is published on Sakai
Credits: 3 hours
Instructor: David Gotz
Office: 201 Manning Hall (but there will be no face-to-face meetings this semester due to COVID-19)
Email: gotz at unc dot edu
Office Hours: By appointment only (since this is an asynchronous, online course). Scheduled meetings will take place via Zoom video conferencing.