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Information Program - Master theses

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The Master of Information is a broad-based, inclusive program that offers information-focused fields of study from various disciplinary and professional viewpoints. Students are educated to be leaders and key thinkers in information, by thoroughly exploring technology and resources for information professionals, services, and institutions, as well as by addressing fundamental concepts, theories, practices and the diverse horizons of this expanding field.

The program is built on the foundational belief that information penetrates all aspects of our digitally mediated society and that all information professionals need to grasp the political, technological, and epistemological consequences of information practices.

Recent Submissions

Dynamic Categorization: What We Can Learn from the Emergent Arrangement of Physical Artifacts in Libraries

Critical Assessment of Customization Discourse in Information Systems Design

Making Conformance Work: Constructing Accessibility Standards Compliance

The Annotative Practices of Graduate Students: Tensions & Negotiations Fostering an Epistemic Practice

Information in the Home Office: An Ethnographic Study of Space, Content, Management, and Use


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