Investigating how information is created, organised, searched, and shared within and across communities, organisations and societies.
We are UCD Information and Communication Studies, members of the iSchool consortium. The School of Information and Communication 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.
** TALK IS TUESDAY 17TH ** Dr Joanne Evans is an ARC Future Fellow (2015-2018) at the Centre of Organisational and Social Informatics (COSI), Faculty of IT, Monash University, Australia, will be giving a talk.
You are cordially invited to our next lunchtime series talk on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015, 12-1pm, Room 107 ICS. Connecting the Disconnected: Participatory Archival Design.
Vacancy: Professor of Information and Communication Studies, UCD School of Information and Communication Studies (Permanent)
University College Dublin is seeking to fill the Professorship of Information and Communication Studies to take a lead within the the School in its goal to grow its research, teaching, and international visibility. The successful candidate will be offered a permanent full-time Professorship in the UCD School of Information and Communication Studies. The successful candidate will be expected to take on the responsibilities of head of school for a term at or shortly after the commencement of the appointment.
Vacancy: Lecturer (above the bar) in Information and Communication Studies, UCD School of Information and Communication Studies (Permanent + Panel)
In particular, applications are welcome from scholars who can contribute to and expand the Schools strengths in research and teaching in information and communication studies. This field is broadly defined as the interplay of people, information, technology and social structures.
A new report by UCD researchers explores gambling behaviour in Ireland, specifically the issue of problem gambling and its impact on the individual, their relationships with social connections, and the wider impact of problem gambling behaviour on community and society.