The iSchool Research Fair shares the exciting research being conducted by iSchool faculty and researchers. Posters and interactive demonstrations display game-changing inquiry across a range of information topics of interest to academia, industry, and the general public.
We invite you to explore how iSchool research is responding to significant, real-world challenges and making a difference in the lives of individuals and communities.
If you have questions about the Research Fair, contact Mallory Shaw, Research Development Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CIP's mission is to resist strategic misinformation, promote an informed society, and strengthen democratic discourse.
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Public Libraries and Misinformation
Community Labs in Public Libraries
Visibility, Identity, and Personal Expression: Qualitative Case Studies of Social Tagging on MetaFilter
Linking, Mapping, Matching, and Change: Contemporary Use of Ranganathan’s Three Planes of Work in Classification Activity
In Lux Perpetua: Algorithmic Transparency, Subject Ontogeny Work, and the Ethical Use of Classification Theory
Expanding Open Data Expertise in the Public Sector
Fines and Fees in Public Libraries
Beyond Mobile Libraries: A Research Trajectory on Library Outreach with Families & Children in Underserved Communities
Data Challenges for Libraries in Africa