Brianna Jackson didn't have to go far from home to find her path in library science.
Dozens of information research topics were on visual display and up for lively discussion at the iSchool's Research Day.
Bei Yu’s research focuses on applying natural language processing (NLP) techniques to assess the quality of information, especially in healthcare, on the web and social media.
Study analyzes data surrounding the impact of demographic variables like gender, ethnicity, and socio-economic background on the outcome of scientific training between mentors and mentees.
In early 2019, James Howison, a 2009 graduate of the School of Information Studies doctoral program, received an email [...]
Kevin Crowston, Associate Dean for Research and Distinguished Professor of Information Science, has been named the 2019 recipient of the Research in Information Science Award, presented by ASIS&T.
Researchers use state-of-the-art algorithms and computational tools to classify statements made in political ads, publishing them online to assist journalists.
Deborah Nosky Assistant Professor of Practice 323D Hinds Hall Phone: 315.443.1864 email@example.com Overview Deborah [...]
Sayward Schoonmaker and Rachel Ivy Clarke won the 2018 ASIS&T Best Paper Proposal Award for their paper, “The Critical Catalog: Giving [...]
What would happen if libraries got rid of library fines? Sabrina Unrein G'20 explores this in a recent whitepaper.