Information Science Scotland, the consortium of which my group at Edinburgh Napier University is a member, has partnered with CILIPS to showcase the research carried out by information science researchers in four Scottish Universities. Staff and doctoral students from Edinburgh Napier, Glasgow, Strathclyde, and Robert Gordon will be at a one-day event in Aberdeen on Tuesday 22nd April to discuss a range of research projects and how the findings of this work can help inform practice.
Posted in Events |
Tagged Centre for Social Informatics, Christine Irving, CILIP, CILIPS, conference, CSI, Edinburgh Napier University, Glasgow University, information science, information science pathway, Information Science Scotland, Leo Appleton, RGU, Robert Gordon University, Strathclyde University |
Every two years information science researchers gather in Aberdeen for the i3: information, interactions and impact conference hosted by the Department of Information Management at Robert Gordon University (RGU). The most recent i3 conference was held at the end of last month, running from Tuesday 25th until Friday 28th June.
Posted in Events |
Tagged #i3rgu, Aberdeen, Annemaree Lloyd, conference, Dorothy Williams, Elizabeth Tait, Jan Auernhammer, Katie Morrison, Laura Muir, Mark Hepworth, Moira Bent, Peter Reid, RGU, Robert Gordon University, Sheila Webber, Simon Burnett |
The four partner universities of the
ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science information science pathway hosted iDocQ 2013 in Aberdeen on Monday 24th June. iDocQ is the annual doctoral colloquium for doctoral candidates in information science and other related disciplines.
Posted in Events, PhDs, Teaching |
Tagged doctoral training centre, doctorate, DTC, Edinburgh Napier University, ESRC, Glasgow University, iDocQ, iDocQ2013, information science pathway, PhD, RGU, Robert Gordon University, Scottish Graduate School of Social Science, Strathclyde University |
I’ve accepted an invitation to serve again on the i3 conference international programme committee. The 2013 conference conference takes place in Aberdeen next year between 25th and 28th June, and I’m really looking forward to it. This is the fourth conference in the series.