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Online Searching: A Guide to Finding Quality Information Efficiently and Effectively introduces a seven-step process to help librarians become expert searchers.
Officials announced Thursday that Ann Arbor will host the 41st annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR).
Silvia Lindtner presents her paper “Designed in Shenzhen: Shanzhai Manufacturing and Maker Entrepreneurs” at the 5th Decennial Aarhus Conference in Denmark.
A three-year initiative between UMSI and the city of Jackson, MI reaches the final round of statewide competition.
Assistant professor Julia Adler-Milstein has been tapped to serve on a federal task force on standards of interoperability in health information technology.
The Broke App, developed by a team of UMSI student innovators, puts money management into new context.
A documentary on South India movie star fandom, produced by assistant professor Joyojeet Pal, has been selected to premiere at the 72nd Venice Film Festival.
In a recently published paper, PhD student Danny T.Y. Wu calls for improved readability of clinical trial descriptions aimed at educating the general public.
Global Information Engagement Program participants worked in rural and urban settings to improve health and education services.
Officials announced Thursday that Ann Arbor will be the site of the 41st annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR).
CID students this fall will work with City of Jackson under new $50,000 grant to develop technology tools that enable small business growth.
UMSI's ground-breaking partnership with the City of Jackson to increase citizen involvement has just received significant university support.