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Masters student lands job in one of the world's top rare book libraries

At some point in their lives, most people will read a William Shakespeare play. Masters student, Rebecca Niles, has the enviable task of helping to bring his famous written works to life for the world — digitally. Read more »

MMSt students and graduates present at Ontario Museum Association Conference

Eight current and recent graduates of the MMSt program at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, showcased their internship and exhibition projects in a special poster session at this year’s Ontario Museum Association conference in Niagara Falls, from October 17 to 19. Read more »

iSchool and Librarians Without Borders support child education in Guatemala

An internationally recognized educator and human rights activist, Jorge Chojolán, is coming to the University of Toronto to discuss how we can help give children in his home country of Guatemala a fighting chance to have an equal education, get some new books and computers, and indulge in the love of reading. Read more »

Patricia Fleming Visiting Fellowship in Bibliography and Book History welcomes Dr. Elizabeth Hanson

The iSchool is looking forward to welcoming Dr. Elizabeth Hanson into its fold from October 15 to November 8, 2012, when she will be taking up the Patricia Fleming Visiting Fellowship in Bibliography and Book History, continuing her research on the history of Canadian libraries and their texts. Read more »

Polls, Politics, and the Press: New roles, new challenges for the Philippine media

The Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, Massey College, and Sun Life Financial Canada are pleased to announce a McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology public lecture, "Polls, Politics, and the Press: New roles, new challenges for the Philippine media" with guest speaker, Lynda Jumilla, 2012 winner of the Marshall McLuhan Prize. Read more »

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