The School of Information Studies ranks 4th Internationally and 2nd in the U.S./Canada in contributions to LIS Literature. Check out our most recent faculty publications and learn more about the diverse research initiatives at SOIS. Visit: https://www.uwm.edu/informationstudies/research/resources/faculty-staff/
In the News: See UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies Senior Lecturer, Khaled Sabha in a recent CBS 58 news feature on “Payment App Warning” https://www.cbs58.com/news/payment-app-warning
CALL FOR PAPERS: LIBRARY TRENDS Title: Researching practice / Practicing research: The public library in partnership with academia Editors: Joyce Latham (University of Milwaukee School of Information Studies) and Noah Lenstra (University of North Carolina at Greensboro Department of Library… Read More
The latest issue of Libraries: Culture, History, and Society (v.3, #1) contains a timely article from associate professor Joyce M. Latham. Just in time for National Library Week (April 7 – 15) Latham’s investigation of the history of early public… Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Zimmer and co-authors on winning the #iconf19 Lee Dirks Award for best paper at the 2019 iConference!
By Silvia Acevedo Maria Haigh, an associate professor in the School of Information Studies, types into thin air, mimicking news trolls. “They’re working in shifts nonstop,” says Haigh, who studies internet trust and fake news. “It’s a machine.” Haigh’s campaign… Read More
Each year, the Library Journal honors “The People Shaping the Future of Libraries” in their Movers & Shakers edition. This year, four alums from UW-Milwaukee’s School of Information Studies are featured on this list! Check out the profiles below of:… Read More
SOIS Senior Lecturer Matt Friedel makes an appearance in this CBS58 News Special Report on battery life. Check it out! Also watch for Matt on Feb.19th @ 10pm when he talks internet privacy!
SOIS undergraduate and graduate students (including Ph.D students) will showcase their research work at the annual Student Research Day – April 26th. Participation will take the form of papers and posters based on students’ course projects or professional research work.