College of Communication & Information Researchers Partnering on Grant to Improve Public Libraries Disaster Response

written by Diona Crawford Florida State University, in partnership with University of Texas Austin, was awarded an Institute of Museum and Library Services research grant to investigate how small and often rural public libraries contribute to community viability in the face of disasters and crises, particularly with the use of information and communication technologies. The[…] »

Dr. Ho Awarded funding from Cyber Florida

Shuyuan Mary Ho, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in FSU School of Information that has made a significant impact in her research field regarding trusted human-computer interactions. Some of Dr. Ho’s key accomplishments include designing online games to investigate human deception and founding the iSensor Lab to further her research inquiries into cybersecurity defense. Dr.[…] »

iSchool Alumnae Starting New Jobs in Research

This Spring, FSU School of Information Ph.D. graduates Amelia Anderson (pictured left) and Abigail Phillips (pictured right) were awarded the Frances Henne Research Grant for their project, “Youth with Autism and Digital Citizenship in the Library: What They Need and What Brings Them In” (see the full story here). The two have worked as public[…] »

iSchool’s Dr. Nancy Everhart is a Visiting Lecturer in Dieburg, Germany

Dr. Nancy Everhart from the iSchool is spending a month in Germany as an International Visiting Lecturer at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences Media Campus in Dieburg.  The aim of the Visiting Lecturer program is to improve the international teaching program by additional teaching, teaching in a foreign language and teaching with an international focus. In particular, it[…] »

Dr. Ho Awarded Funding for Cybersecurity Education and Recently Published

Shuyuan Mary Ho, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the iSchool who is committed to expansive and novel research in trusted human-computer interactions and cybersecurity. Dr. Ho’s research incorporates the social psychology behind trust and attribution with regards to online communication environments. Dr. Ho has been hard at work expanding the knowledge and data we[…] »

iSchool Professor, Dr. Zhe He, Has an Epidemiological Study Published in a Top Health Informatics Journal

After two years of hard work and dedication, iSchool Assistant Professor, Dr. Zhe He, had his first-author paper, “Prevalence of Multiple Chronic Conditions Among Older Adults in Florida and the United States: Comparative Analysis of the OneFlorida Data Trust and National Inpatient Sample,” published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). JMIR is one[…] »

iSchool Adjunct Faculty and Program Alum, Laura-Edythe Coleman, Publishes Book About “Inclusion” in Museums

A lecturer and researcher at Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Programs in Museum Studies, Laura-Edythe S. Coleman, Ph.D., recently published Understanding and Implementing Inclusion in Museums, a theoretical guidebook for museum professionals, theorists, professors, and researchers. As part of Rowman & Littlefield’s professional series for the American Alliance of Museums, Understanding and Implementing Inclusion in Museums[…] »