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School of Library and Information Science

IU's Poynter Center announces inaugural Jesse Fine Fellowships

Poynter Center

The Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions has announced that four Indiana University Bloomington faculty will receive the inaugural Jesse Fine Fellowships in Practical and Professional Ethics.   Full Story >>

Indiana University programs highly ranked in U.S. News' Best Graduate Schools

Limestone IU

U.S. News and World Report again gave high marks to Indiana University programs in education, business, law and medicine in its annual Best Graduate Schools rankings. The School of Library and Information Sciences at IU Bloomington was rated eighth-best in the country, and the College of Arts and Sciences' humanities and social-science programs were among the nation's best.   Full Story >>

IU information visualization professor takes expertise to World Economic Forum

Katy Borner

Indiana University's Katy Börner began offering what is currently the university's only massive open online course this week, and just to underscore how globally connected education has become, this international leader in information visualization kicked off the class from Davos, Switzerland, where Börner is apparently the first person from IU to ever present at the World Economic Forum.   Full Story >>

IU to offer free Information Visualization MOOC designed to illustrate data

Indiana University's Katy Börner, the Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science at the School of Library and Information Science and an international leader in information visualization, will offer a free massive open online course on the topic beginning Jan. 22.   Full Story >>

IU trustees approve merger of schools of informatics, library science

SOIC Deans

The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved the merger of the university's School of Informatics and School of Library and Information Science into a single school to be called the IU School of Informatics and Computing.   Full Story >>

Tech meets traditional arts

Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Cutting-edge technology and traditional arts will converge when IU takes part in the 2012 Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C., starting June 27. IU will showcase the university's role as a high-tech innovator in the state while also recognizing its dedication to preserving Indiana's rich cultural traditions.   Full Story >>