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A learning tool developed by students and faculty at the U-M School of Information has been recognized by Campus Technology.
Personal information shared online may be collected and sold by third-party vendors.
A new project under the direction of Kentaro Toyama seeks to build connections between strangers via text-messaging.
UMSI leads community outreach efforts for one of NSF's first two Scientific Software Innovation Institutes.
UMSI has achieved the university's highest level of sustainability as determined by Planet Blue.
Their research interests include HCI, ubiquitous computing, crowdsourcing, privacy issues, the Internet of Things and information visualization.
28 Drupal contributors spent a recent weekend working on resolving over 60 public issues relating to one of the world's most popular web platforms.
Katie Dunn and John Lockard are UMSI's 2016 staff award winners.
Professor Christian Sandvig is the guest author of the August UMSI Social Media Book Club.
Applications are available this year for non-U-M students wishing to complete a BSI degree.