Scholars at the School of Communication and Information take an interdisciplinary approach to research that spans the fields of information science, library studies, communication, journalism and media studies.
In their new book, “Interactive IR User Study Design, Evaluation, and Reporting,” Liu and Shah conducted a systematic review of state-of-the-art interactive information retrieval (IIR) research papers and developed a new faceted framework for supporting user study design, reporting, and evaluation.
In the age of high-tech electronics many kids spend about half their visit with grandparents watching videos or playing with apps
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Rutgers Center for Organizational Leadership was actively involved in the design, coordination, and facilitation of the Botswana-Rutgers Leadership Summit, which was hosted at Rutgers in early May 2019.
The International Communication Association honors SC&I’s Dean Jonathan Potter for his distinguished contributions to the field of communication and his service to education.
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The NSF-Funded 2019 CSST Summer Research Institute Boosts Emerging Scholar Development in Sociotechnical Systems and Critical Informatics Research
The NSF-funded 2019 Consortium for the Science of Sociotechnical Systems (CSST) Summer Research Institute, to be held at Rutgers on June 18-22 2019, will connect late-phase doctoral students and emerging scholars with senior scholars in sociotechnical systems and critical informatics research fields, providing substantive learning and research coordination networking opportunities to advance their work.
The society honors Potter for his significant and lasting impact on the field of psychology.
The D.C. Health Communication Conference has named Fu the recipient of this award for her paper that examines the ways social network sites and online health communities have opened up new possibilities for prompting health behavior change and improving health outcomes.
The SC&I scholarly incubator is held annually to provide SC&I faculty with the time and space to gather together to ponder and discuss issues related to their scholarship, teaching, and ways of being in the academia. This year, the faculty discussed ethics.
Warren Allen, E.E. Lawrence, Britt Paris and Gretchen Stahlman will join the faculty in SC&I’s Department of Library and Information Science (LIS) in September, 2019.