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Congratulations to recent graduate, Zack Hayat (pictured 2nd from right), whose doctoral thesis has been placed on the short list — one of the top three selected out of 18 —for a best thesis award at the General Online Research (GOR 15) conference to be held in Cologne, Germany on March 18-20, 2015. The award for best doctoral thesis will be announced at that conference.
iSchool student Julia King has been named the Book History and Printing Culture (BHPC) Apprentice at Massey College for 2015.
A recent survey conducted at the iSchool shows that for Master of Information (MI) students looking for a job after graduation, 89% of them found one within the year, and 95% of surveyed Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) alumni were employed after graduation.
A first person account, by Museum Studies student,
(Photos by Jaime Clifton-Ross)
For her long time commitment and in recognition of her contributions to the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Professor Lynne Howarth is receiving its prestigious 2015 ALISE Service Award at the 2015 annual conference in Chicago.
Master of Information students Shuai Wang and Akash Venkat — part of the winning University of Toronto (U of T) team that built a "digital legal expert" for the IBM Watson Cognitive Computing Competition last month — placed an admirable 2nd in New York while competing in the final leg of the contest against seven elite American schools for a chance to win $100,000 in seed capital to take their product to
The iSchool at the University of Toronto is proud that its popular MOOC (Massively Open Online Course), “Library Advocacy Unshushed: Values, Evidence, Action”—which attracted more than 5,200 students last year —will be offered again starting in February 2015.
Dr. Keren Dali (MISt 2005; PhD 2010) is this year’s recipient of the inaugural Connie Van Fleet Award for Research Excellence in Public Library Services to Adults, presented by the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE). She will be presented with her award at January’s ALISE Annual Conference 2015 in Chicago.
As the world watches some of its cultural artifacts and treasures get destroyed through war, social unrest, and lack of resources, it is more important than ever to preserve them for future generations, warned Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, at the Faculty of Information’s I.P. Sharp lecture, held in partnership with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, on November 18.