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Ian Cornelius BA, M.Litt., Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Information and Library Studies. His main research interests are in Theories of Information, Interpretation in Information Science, and Information Policy.
He was Head of the UCD School of Information and Library Studies from January 2007 until August 2009.
He has held academic posts in Australia and in Columbia University in New York and he has been a Visiting Fellow in the Department of Social and Political Science at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.
He is also an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Information Studies, University College London.
| Year 1967 Institution: University of Bristol
Qualification: BA Subject:
| Year 1969 Institution: University of London
Qualification: Dip LIB Subject:
| Year 1976 Institution: University of Stirling
Qualification: M Litt Subject:
| Year 1993 Institution: NUI
Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy Subject: .
|Ian Cornelius; (2010) Information Policies and Strategies. London: Facet Publishing. [Details]|
|Ian Cornelius; (1996) Meaning and Method in Information Studies. : Ablex. [Details]|
|Cornelius, I.; (2006) 'Interpretation and Professional Development 1850-2000' In: Cambridge History of Libraries in the UK and Ireland (Vol. 3). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Ian Cornelius; (2009) 'Quantum Leaps in Information Retrieval'. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, 61 (3):331-336. [Details]|
|Cornelius, I.; (2004) 'Information and its Philosophy'. Library Trends, 52 (3). [Details]|
|Cornelius, I.; (2002) 'Information Theory for Information Science'. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST), 36 . [Details]|
|Ian Cornelius; (2008) 'Programmes, people and Developments, UCD SILS' An Leabharlann; The Irish Library 17 (2) . [Details]|
|Ian Cornelius; (2008) Information policy and government publishing Publishing Government e-information: challenges and opportunities: annual conference of the library association of ireland government libraries section annual conference: Dublin castle 9th October 2008 [Details]|