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Numerous UMSI faculty and doctoral students will present their research at the 2017 CSCW conference.
This day-long seminar will address new roles played by archivists in meeting contemporary social justice challenges.
The theme of this year's QuasiCon is Accessibilty and Information.
Non-U of M students wishing to complete a BSI degree are welcome to apply by April 1.
Educational blackboards provide helpful advice for all students, not just high-performers.
UMSI faculty and doctoral students present their research at the Computer Supported Cooperative Work conference in Portland.
The School of Information plans two information centers to benefit non-profits and the developing world.
Stephanie Teasley led a study that found benefits in student-facing educational dashboards.
UMSI's Tawanna Dillahunt and Walter S. Lasecki have received one of nine Poverty Solutions grants for “Improving Employability via Physical Crowdsourced Tasks.”
Researchers at the School of Information find strength in numbers when it comes to charitable lending.
PrivacyCon 2017 brought together researchers, academics, consumer advocates and policy makers to address the privacy and security implications of emerging technologies.
Applications are available this year for non-U-M students wishing to complete a BSI degree.