Florida State SLIS Doctoral Students Well Represented at ASIS&T Annual Conference

A record number of doctoral students from the School of Library & Information Studies (SLIS), Florida’s iSchool, will be presenting their work at the 76th Annual Conference of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) in Montreal, Canada, on Nov. 1-6. SLIS students have been very successful showcasing their research at ASIS&T’s Annual Conference,[…] »

Dr. Chris Hinnant Participates in the Workshop on Science Team Dynamics and Effectiveness at the National Academies of Sciences

School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS), Florida’s iSchool, Assistant Professor Chris Hinnant was invited to participate at the Workshop on Science Team Dynamics and Effectiveness, held at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC on July 1, 2013. The workshop examined current research on collaboration and management within large and small scientific teams[…] »

FSU SLIS iSchool at ASIS&T 2012

  Join FSU SLIS faculty, staff, students & alumni at ASIS&T 2012! Here are some of the sessions where you’ll be able to find us at ASIS&T:   Friday, October 26, 2012 8:30am-12:30pm Taxonomy: From Theory to Practice – Sara Mooney Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 1:30pm-6:30 SIG USE Symposium: Evolving and Emerging Research Methodologies in[…] »

SLIS appoints interim director

Florida State University’s College of Communication & Information (CCI) Dean Larry Dennis announced Tuesday that Dr. Kathleen Burnett will serve as the interim director of the School of Library & Information Studies (SLIS). Dr. Burnett,  a professor at SLIS has served in many roles within the School during her time at FSU.  She was associate[…] »

Advice for success in social media from panel of Tallahassee experts

Strong writing and creative skills are what social media professionals need most from students who are seeking careers in their field. That’s what a group of Tallahassee business leaders said when brought together by the College of Communication & Information (CCI) for “Teaching Social Media: A Panel Discussion,” on August 23 at the Louis Shores[…] »

CCI students create PORTAL for children's futures

A group of College of Communication & Information students has created an interactive website to link all the organizations that are members of a national network of child advocates. Called PORTAL, for “Power of Relationships to Achieve Leverage,” the website links more than 60 agencies and groups that are members of Voices for America’s Children,[…] »