Graduate School of Library and Information Science

 

The Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at UIUC is recognized as a premier institution, frequently ranked number one and consistently among the top three U.S. LIS schools. For more than 100 years, GSLIS has prepared students for careers as leaders in information professions and research. As one of the oldest LIS schools in the country, Illinois helped establish and develop the methods used in the field of library and information science today. Graduates are adept at using the latest technology and methods for reference, research, information organization, and other professional tasks. The field is necessarily interdisciplinary, and the School recruits faculty with strong theoretical and methodological foundations who understand libraries and the broader context of information systems and services.

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  • Mishra, Shubhanshu; Diesner, Jana; Tao, Liang; Surbeck, Elizabeth; Byrne, Jason (GSLIS Research Showcase 2015, 2015-04-03)
    Predicting various types of sentiment for textual data sources is an intensely studied problem in linguistics and computing. Despite progress with computational solutions beyond deterministic lookup dictionaries, practitioners ...

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  • Jett, Jacob; Sacchi, Simone; Lee, Jin Ha; Clarke, Rachel I. (Wiley, 2015)
    In this paper, we describe a conceptual model for video games and interactive media. Existing conceptual models such as the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) are not adequate to represent the unique ...

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  • Baker, Karen S. (2014-03)
    Current practices and configurations are not sufficient to realize the vision of data as open, accessible, and reuseable resources. In moving from investigations by individual researchers to collaborative scientific ...

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  • Baker, Karen S.; Troxell-Thomas, Christy A.; Pooler, William G. (2015)
    Data management contributes to the growth of local data infrastructure supporting collaborative research in the natural sciences. An important first step in local data management is the process of data assembly. Providing ...

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