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Professor Wooseob Jeong has been appointed to serve as SOIS interim Dean beginning July 1st. Dr. Jeong has been a faculty member at SOIS since 2001. He is a noted researcher in the areas of human computer interaction, digital libraries, and multilingual information systems.
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Robert L. Bothmann, an alumnus and adjunct instructor at SOIS, has been awarded the 2012 Nancy B. Olson Award. The annual award, sponsored by the Online Audiovisual Catalogers (OLAC) network, recognizes a librarian who has made significant contributions to the advancement and understanding of audiovisual cataloging and electronic resources.
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Assistant Professor Joyce M. Latham will be the opening keynote speaker for the eChicago symposium on Friday April 20, 2012. The goal of the symposium is digital equality, and connecting people who don’t find each other easily in their daily lives: librarians with community workers and volunteers; students with professionals; social workers and resource workers; campus with community; and government employees with grassroots activists.
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Whether you are an undergraduate student looking for resources for an English term paper, a parent looking for free activities for your children, or a bibliophile searching for your next favorite book, you belong @ your library.
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All SOIS students are invited to participate in the Student Research Poster Day to showcase their work in a professional forum. To do so, please submit a research proposal about a recently completed project or ongoing study in which you have made significant progress.
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Dr. Nadine Kozak joins UW-Milwaukee, SOIS as an Assistant Professor beginning the fall semester of 2012. Dr. Kozak’s research explores government projects and public-private partnerships created with the intent to expand broadband services to unserved and underserved communities, and analyzes how these projects are adopted in rural areas by a variety of organizations and residents.
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A meeting of practitioners, scholars and aspirants in the field of library and information studies to explore feminism as theory, boundary, ecology, method,flavor, relationship, and epistemology -- among others. Unconference will include an unposter session for those currently developing research projects. Cost is $25. Support provided by the Center for Information Policy Research at the School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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As a high-school history teacher, Terrance Newell didn’t need to read a research study to realize video games and simulations shaped the way his students learned.

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The 2nd Milwaukee Conference on the Ethics of Information Organization (June 2012) welcomes papers on ethics and any element of information organization. Abstracts due: February 15, 2012
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