1. Demonstrate understanding of societal, legal, policy or ethical information issues.
  2. Employ appropriate tools, standards, or best practices to organize information or information carriers for usability and access.
  3. Design appropriate research methodologies to assess programs, services, or systems for inquiry or decision-making.
  4. Demonstrate understanding of professional competencies important for management of information organizations.
  5. Demonstrate competency with information technologies important to the information professions.
  6. Apply concepts, principles, or theories learned in courses to field practice, broadly defined via a practicum, applied work experience, or practical course assignments.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of systemic inequalities surrounding information organization, use, services, or professions specifically in relation to privilege and marginalization.

Reference to: Library and Information Studies, M.A. < University of Wisconsin-Madison

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