Nicola Antonio Roberto Amato, MSc IT, LLM, PgD

Lecturer, Faculty of Education - School of Library and Information Studies

Contact

Lecturer, Faculty of Education - School of Library and Information Studies
Email
nicolaan@ualberta.ca

Overview

About

Experienced university lecturer of "Database Design for Information Management", "Metadata" and "Human Information Interaction", as well as Cryptography and Steganography, with a demonstrated history of working in the international affairs industry. Skilled in Databases, SQL, Steganography, SharePoint, Microsoft Office, Web design, Information and Knowledge Management, and IT Management. Strong and proved information technology professional skills and proper education. Author of numerous publications, often chairs and holds seminars and conferences. Furthermore, major specialization in legal professions and skilled jurist and expert in the judiciary field.


Teaching

Lecturer of the following graduate courses, at Faculty of Education - School of Library and Information Studies - University of Alberta - Edmonton, Canada

  • Metadata (LIS 532)
  • Database Design for Information Management (LIS 533)
  • Human Information Interaction (LIS 543)

Courses

LIS 543 - Human Information Interaction

An examination of individual and collaborative information needs, uses and practices in context. Students will develop an understanding of the crucial interaction between people and information. Pre or corequisite: LIS 501 or consent of the instructor


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