By Heather Walker (2nd year ARM Student 2019-2021) In looking back at my first year as a graduate student at the iSchool, I can scarcely believe how much I have developed my academic and personal interests within such a short space of time. I was accepted into the Master of Information program in Fall 2019,Continue reading “Introduction to Programs Week: Archives and Records Management (ARM)”
By Faria Khandaker (Second year ISD and HCDS student) My experience in the courses that fall under the Human Centered Data Science concentration have been absolutely mind blowing and I mean that figuratively and literally. My background is in Anthropology and Human Biology and although I had taken a few calculus courses and coding coursesContinue reading “Introduction to Programs Week: Human Centered Data Science (HCDS)”
By Faria Khandaker (Second year ISD and HCDS student 2019-2021) Information Systems and Design is a unique concentration. It is not very technical (only the database course involves coding) but the courses give you the knowledge to be able to work with both technical and non-technical stakeholders. You learn about the latest information system managementContinue reading “Introduction to Programs Week: Information Systems and Design (ISD)”
“One of the most exciting things you will learn about Library and Information Sciences (LIS) at the Faculty of Information is that it attracts students with all kinds of backgrounds.” Click the image above to read more.
by Defne Inceoglu (2nd year MMSt student, 2018-2020) When I started the Museum Studies program in September 2018, I was practically vibrating with excitement. Jumping for joy! And wow, what a journey it has been. The one thing I learned right away was: immerse yourself in EVERYTHING. To get the most out of your experienceContinue reading “Introduction to Programs Week: Museum Studies (MMSt)”
“If the program you are now starting here at the Faculty of Information is your first graduate degree, you might be wondering what to expect from your courses. But fear not! This quick and totally unofficial guide to surviving every grad school course will get you through.” Click on the image above to read more.