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New prof explores museums through restaurants

A new professor in the Museum Studies program at the iSchool wonders whether visitors can experience culture through our senses at the museum's restaurant, while learning about the museum itself. Read more »

Two new concentrations for the Master of Information degree

Remaining progressive is key to attracting new students and keeping current ones engaged.

With this in mind, the Faculty of Information is pleased to announce two new concentrations -- Culture & Technology and Knowledge Media Design -- in the Master of Information program, to begin in September 2013. Read more »

Two iSchoolers featured in The Halcyon

Congratulations are in order, as the latest issue of The Halcyon: The Newsletter of the Friends of The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library featured articles by two iSchoolers! Read more »

Student curates first Canadian utopias and dystopias?

Doctoral student Christopher Young is excited about a new exhibition he curated for the U of T's Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library entitled, From No Where: utopian and dystopian visions of our past, present, and future, which opened on January 28, 2013. Read more »

New Fellows Program: Public Library Leaders Learn

People from many economic backgrounds and ages are using the library in growing numbers, and in fact, studies show more often during tough economic times. Besides remaining relevant, libraries are vibrant community-based repositories offering content, services, technology, and space. Professional librarians are needed.


(Group photo taken at the first session, Hamilton Public Library.) Read more »

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