Find the iSchool at iConference!

Faculty, alumni and PhD candidates from the Florida State University’s School of Information (FSU iSchool) will attend and present at the iConference 2017, in Wuhan, China March 22-25. The conference theme is: Effect-Expand-Evolve: Global collaboration across the Information Community. The conference will bring together information scholars, researchers and professionals from around the world to share[…] »

Doctoral alumna Laura Clark’s Library Work Recognized

Laura Clark, recent graduate of the doctorate in Information at Florida’s iSchool, continues to grow in the field of library and information studies. During her studies at the iSchool, her research focused on interdisciplinary assessment. After receiving her MLIS in 2011, she continued onto her doctorate. Her dissertation focused on caregivers’ perceptions of emerging literacy[…] »

Online MSIT Program Rises 10 Spots in Rankings

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The College of Communication and Information’s online graduate program in information technology also made great gains, jumping 10 spots to No. 11 in the category of computer information technology. The Master of Science degree is offered by the School of Information (iSchool). “We’re proud to see our online master’s program continue to be recognized,” said Larry[…] »

IT Leadership Students Lend a Hand

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Students in our IT program get a lot of hand-on experience working with the hardware and software that compose modern IT operations, but what about the most important component of an organization? People skills are paramount to providing successful IT services, and even more important when working on a team or managing a product. For[…] »

CCI Faculty Recognized at FSU Authors Day

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Each year, the Office of Faculty Recognition holds an Authors Day to recognize faculty members who have published books in the past year. From the College of Communication and Information, Marcia Mardis and Melissa Gross are honored for their books. Melissa Gross Five Steps of Outcome-Based Planning & Evaluation for Public Libraries Co-authored with Cindy Mediavilla[…] »

Lustria Named Associate Editor of JASIST Journal

School of Information professor Mia Lustria has been named associate editor for the Advanced Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) section of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), effective January 2017. JASIST is one of the leading journals in the information field. Lustria, an interdisciplinary researcher with focus on[…] »

Three iSchool Professors Promoted

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    The School of Information at Florida State University has announced three faculty promotions this year. Dr. Mia Liza Lustria was promoted to full professor. Lustria researches in the areas of consumer health informatics, health literacy, information seeking and information literacy. She was recently named associate editor of the JASIST Advances in Information Science[…] »