Doc Candidate Amelia Anderson wins Top Poster at FLASHA 2015

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Amelia Anderson, doctoral candidate in the School of Information, studies college students with autism and their experiences in libraries. Anderson works with Dr. Nancy Everhart on the Project PALS grant, a program that works to improve information services for rural library patrons who have autism spectrum disorder. In May, Anderson attended the Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists[…] »

Doc candidate Abigail Phillips named YALSA Board Fellow

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School of Information doctoral candidate Abigail Phillips has been recognized as the 2015 YALSA Board Fellow for the American Library Association. Phillips is a third year doctoral candidate in information studies, who returned to Florida State after receiving her MLIS in 2008 and then working as a librarian for four years. YALSA, Young Adult Library Services Association, selects[…] »

SLIS doctoral student Shuheng Wu accepted to 2013 Digital Societies and Social Technologies (DSST) Summer Institute

  SLIS doctoral student Shuheng Wu was accepted as one of 25 participants from 113 applicants to participate in the 2013 Digital Societies and Social Technologies (DSST) Summer Institute. The DSST Summer Institute is an NSF-funded annual event, bringing researchers from academia and industry who have developed a strong focus on problems and opportunities arising[…] »