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Graduate degrees in information studies

The School offers graduate-level programs in information studies, including a professional master's degree. (Photo: Claudio Calligaris)

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Lead the information age

Build on your undergraduate education with a versatile professional degree.

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Supporting excellence

SIS scholarship recipients & award-establishing donors were recently honoured at a special recognition event. To our donors - thank you for your generosity & invaluable support for our bright scholars. (Photo: Nicolas Morin)

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SIS in FOCUS, Winter 2015

Catch up on news from the School and the many achievements our faculty, students, and alumni in the Winter 2015 edition of our newsletter.

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Face-to-face interaction

SIS students can meet with faculty throughout their studies for advice about the program, course selection, career plans, & other issues affecting their academic life.
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Synergies through diversity

At the School, our faculty & students have diverse academic, linguistic, & geographic backgrounds. This diversity brings distinctive intellectual returns & sparks opportunities for new connections in our multifaceted field. (Photo: Claudio Calligaris)


SIS seminars: Sharing research & stimulating ideas

Throughout the year, Canadian & international guest speakers highlight innovative research topics & developments in the fields of library & information studies through a series of public talks. Join us! (Photo: E. Donald)

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Developing leaders in the information professions

Our programs educate information professionals who make a difference to the management & design of information & knowledge resources, services, & systems in established & emerging fields. (Photo: Claudio Calligaris)

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Director France BouthillierDIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

As the Director of the School of Information Studies, I welcome your interest in our discipline. ‎ Information studies concerns itself with the theories, principles and practices required to identify, select, acquire, organize, store, preserve, retrieve and disseminate information and knowledge. With the increasing production of information and the pervasive use of information technology, more than ever, we need to better understand the role of information at the individual, social, and organizational level.