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Master's Students to Present at Upcoming iConference
Jan 25, 2010
Projects explore next-generation teaching and learning and propose an innovative "smart paper" map for developing regions.
Course Creates the Next Generation of Computer Interfaces
Dec 16, 2009
Student designers take advantage of the physical and peripheral senses, beyond desktop, keyboard, mouse, and screen.
Students Create Social Enterprise Business Plans for the Developing World
Dec 15, 2009
Plans deal with unreliable water systems, improved geospatial data, distribution of indigenous folk music, and agricultural export markets.
I School Research Wins Creativity & Cognition Awards
Nov 5, 2009
Project developed a mixed physical and digital authoring environment for children playing with the robotic Pleo dinosaur
Ph.D. Student Elizabeth Goodman Awarded Intel Fellowship
Nov 2, 2009
Goodman's research combines human-computer interaction (HCI) with geography, investigating the design of ubiquitous computing systems for everyday urban places.
I School Faculty and Students to Present at "Creativity and Cognition" Conference
Oct 22, 2009
Marti Hearst to Deliver iSchools Conference Keynote Address
Oct 19, 2009
The fifth annual iConference will be held in February 2010 at the University of Illinois.
New Recommendations for Government's Recovery Data Reporting
Oct 5, 2009
Three I School faculty have released a new report with concrete recommendations on building web services for Recovery.gov, the U.S. government's website for tracking Recovery Act spending.
Professor Brian Carver Files Amicus Brief in Important Copyright Case
Sep 24, 2009
Legal case relates to the intersection of copyright law, computer technology, and software package's EULA (end-user license agreement).
I School Students Study Technology for African Agriculture
Sep 17, 2009
Summer research in Ethiopia and Uganda aims to identify high-impact ways that information technology can improve African farmers' livelihoods.
May 13, 2018
Chris Hoofnagle Argues for the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018
May 12, 2018
Adjunct Professor Xiao Qiang Analyzes China's Newest Online Influence Campaign
Apr 30, 2018
Interview with Steve Weber on Korean Diplomacy
Apr 29, 2018
Steve Weber’s Observations on Tech and Globalism
Apr 17, 2018
Chris Hoofnagle Thinks the FTC Is Unlikely to Punish Facebook
Jan 9, 2018
Alum Galen Panger (Ph.D. 2017) Awarded iSchools Doctoral Dissertation Prize
Dec 6, 2017
Pop Up Archive: From MIMS Final Project to Apple Acquisition
Dec 5, 2017
Alumni Start-Up Pop Up Archive Acquired by Apple
May 30, 2017
Graduate Conquers Anxiety, Fear, and Imposter Syndrome
May 17, 2017
Graduation Speaker Holly Liu’s Ten-Year Journey to Becoming a Overnight Success