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Information and Social Computing: interaction of people,information & society

Welcome To UCD Digital Edition
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Investigating how information is created, organised, searched, and shared within and across communities, organisations and societies.
We are UCD Information and Library Studies, members of the iSchool consortium. The School of Information and Library Studies is the only academic institution in Ireland to provide undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes leading to research and professionally accredited qualifications in Information and Library Studies. We are also the only iSchool in Ireland offering students an international education with a unique Irish experience.

Our programmes:

  • MSc in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science degree in either Information and Social Computing or Social Media (as part of the BSocSc degree)
  • Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) and the Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Studies (GradDipLIS)
  • MA, MLitt, and PhD in Information Studies
UCD iSCHOOL: interaction of people, information & society

Congratulations to our recent Grads, Shona & Jenny, on their wins -

Shona Thoma for winning one of the bursaries for the Academic and Special Libraries conference. Jenny (Harrow) O’Neill who won the CLIIP Blog Challenge with her entry on digitisation.

Congratulations to the winners of the Social Computing and Media' group project

Congratulations to, Jack Saunders, Ruth O'Flynn, Sam McLoone, Anita Dolan and Somhairle Greene, who were the winners of last semesters 'IS20110 Social Computing and Media' group project which involved designing an android app using 'MIT Inventor' to solve a real world information problem.