Blog Contributions to the DRAW (Data Rescue Archives and Weather ) Participatory Archives by students in the 641 Archival Description and Access course taught by Gordon Burr are highlighted in the May postings.
Prof Catherine Guastavino's research on urban sounds has been featured in the Radio Canada TV show Découverte with the participation of several SIS students and post-docs from the Sounds in the city partnership.
MISSA has organized SIS merchandise available for purchase online!
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Dominique Robichaud has been awarded a Pathy Fellowship; the project started as a MITACS supervised by Prof Kimiz Dalkir and Dominique went on to collaborate with the First Nations group. Click the link to read more about the McGill students who have earned fellowships
Dominique Robichaud | McGill UniversityCommunity: Wabanaki Nation, QCInitiative: Waban-Aki Nation and Community Archives
Prof Dalkir was awarded the International Knowledge Management award at a virtual ceremony held in December 2020!
Sounds in the City, a research partnership led by Dr. Catherine Guastavino at SIS, is investigating the effect of the pandemic on Montreal soundscapes.
McGill jumps 12 places in global university rankings
In separate a ranking, 10 academic subjects at McGill were rated among the top 50 in the world
Library and Information Studies ranked 38th globally and 2nd in Canada. More information in the reporter article here!
The School of Information Studies is very pleased to announce that Prof. Benjamin Fung has been promoted to the rank of Full Professor. Prof. Fung is a stellar researcher and holder of the CRC Chair in Data Mining for Cybersecurity. He has an outstanding and seemingly unstoppable successful track record in grantsmanship.
Prof Catherine Guastavino's research on quieted city sounds during lock down has been featured several times this past month in the news and on the radio. Read or listen more about this new research here!
SIS is very excited to welcome Gracen Brilmyer as Associate Professor (Special Category) starting August 1, 2020
SIS Director Prof Kimiz Dalkir to collaborate on a project helping Canadian citizens critically assess and become resilient against harmful online disinformation
Prof. Kimiz Dalkir will be part of a collaborative project to help Canadian citizens critically assess and become resilient against harmful online disinformation: ”Développement et expérimentation d’outils éducatifs pour contrer la désinformation en ligne chez les jeunes adultes”. The $205,742 project is funded for two years (2019-2021) by Canadian Heritage under the Digital Citizenship program and will be led by PI Prof.
Tune in to hear Prof Guastavino discuss her research and the effects of noise pollution in the city. The interview will be available online a few days after the broadcast
Health insurance data are complex and large in volume. Finding the fraudulent claims is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Funded by the NSERC Engage Grants, SIS Faculty Member Benjamin Fung will start a new collaborative project with Segic, a software company that offers technology platforms and management services for the collective insurance industry.
SIS Faculty Member Benjamin Fung and his research team DMaS are collaborating with the Defence Research & Development Canada (DRDC) to develop an AI-powered interactive platform to understand the inner workings of software binaries, including both benign and malicious software.
Profs. Evans and Frissen recently presented their work on knowledge sharing at the the 19th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM 2018) in Padua, Italy. Their paper "The strength of strong ties you can trust: Re-examining the mediating role of trust in effective knowledge sharing" (Evans, Frissen, & Choo, C.W., 2018) can be found in the conference proceedings: pp.