At the epicenter
of the Information Age.

Who should be able to access information? What opportunities can information access bring to society? How should we organize and store information? What should be stored? What should be archived, and for how long?

With unprecedented access to information in the 21st century, these are just a few of the questions surrounding information management. Information Studies faculty help answer these questions and conduct research for preserving, organizing, and rethinking information in all its forms – print, digital, film, new media and beyond.

Our faculty have made numerous contributions to the advancement of professional practice, including but limited to developing standards for libraries, leading workshops, and serving as officers of national professional associations.

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The movers and
shakers are here.

Johanna Drucker, Professor of Information of Studies and the Bernard and Martin Breslauer Professor of Bibliography, was inducted into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies.

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