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Check out our timeline on how the School of Information has evolved over the years!

"You no longer need to be a master computer programmer to use information to change a business, our government or our society. The people who understand how digital information works in society and who have the technical skills to manipulate information will have a competitive advantage." (Lori Harwood, UANews)

Find out more about the School of information's new major in Information Science and eSociety! And check out our Information Science and the Arts Bachelor of Arts as well as our Information Science and Technology Bachelor of Science degree. 

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UA Online - 10% Tuition Reduction for AzLA Members
AzLA members who work at least 10 hours per week at a library or collection can receive a 10% tuition reduction on any UA Online undergraduate coursework and any graduate-level online coursework... read more
PhD Student, Angelia Giannone, Writes an Award Winning Paper on Maker Spaces and Kits
  Who Are Maker Kits for? : Discourses and Barriers to Entry for Laypersons Using Electronic DIY Maker Kits Maker spaces and kits have become a prominent feature of the do-it-yourself (DIY) landscape... read more
iSchool Alum, Cas Laskowski, Publishes in the Journal of Academic Librarianship
Cas Laskowski reseraches and writes about the eight skill areas that will help library students achieve technological competencies.   

About

At the University of Arizona’s new School of Information we have faculty and students engaged in research and education around all aspects of the information sciences without regard for disciplinary boundaries. We do research in: artificial intelligence; data management and curation; computer vision; computer-mediated communication and learning; natural language processing; social networking; human computer interfaces; dark networks; computational art creation; eCommerce, eGovernment, and eHealth; computational music; library sciences; educational and entertainment technologies; and much more. Read More

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Contact Us

School of Information
P.O. Box 210076
Harvill Building, 409
1103 E. 2nd St.
Tucson, AZ 85721
United States
(520) 621-3565
si-info@email.arizona.edu

School Director:
P. Bryan Heidorn, Ph.D.
heidorn@email.arizona.edu

 

 

Associate Director:
Catherine Brooks, Ph.D.
cfbrooks@email.arizona.edu

Director Graduate Studies:
Catherine Brooks, Ph.D.
cfbrooks@email.arizona.edu

Director Undergraduate Studies:
Diana Daly, Ph.D.

didaly@email.arizona.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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