The Department of Information Studies faculty are renowned for excellence in research. They have made numerous contributions to the advancement of professional practice: developing standards for libraries, leading workshops, and serving as officers of national professional associations. Known for distinguished scholarship in the field, they have published extensively and delivered lectures around the globe.
Current projects noted are: the Alexandria Digital Earth ProtoType (ADEPT) / Alexandria Digital Library (ADL); CENS (Center for Embedded Network Sensing); Homework Center Outcomes; and InterPARES.
Includes research projects such asPluralizing the Archival Paradigm Project; PacBell / UCLA Initiative for 21th Century Literacies; Question Master; and Digital Portfolio Archives in Learning.
Publications published by the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies include the GSE&IS Forum, a quarterly newsletter, and InterActions - UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, a peer-reviewed, online journal edited by UCLA GSE&IS students.