The iSchools announce the addition of the Linnaeus University Information Institute to its worldwide consortium of information schools. Linnaeus is located in Sweden, and will be active in the organization’s European Region.
Degrees offered by Linnaeus University Information Institute include: Bachelors in Information Science and Library and Information Science; Masters in Digital Humanities, Data Sciences, and Information Management; Ph.D.s in Computer and Information Science, Contract Archaeology, Biomedicine with focus on Health and Pharmaceutical Informatics, and Library and Information Science. More information can be found on the Linnaeus website.
Linnaeus University becomes the 89th member of the iSchools, joining our ever-growing consortium of information schools dedicated to advancing the information field and spreading the iSchools movement worldwide.
About the iSchools
The iSchools organization was founded in 2001 by a collective of Information Schools dedicated to advancing the information field in the 21st Century. It has since grown into a consortium of more than 80 universities and institutions spanning five continents.
The iSchools organization supports and recognizes student achievement through its annual Doctoral Colloquium and Doctoral Dissertation Award, as well as other special contests and mentoring opportunities. The iSchools also provide collaboration tools and other support to assist faculty in their teaching and research endeavors. Every year, the iSchools organization presents the iConference, a forum in which information scholars, researchers and professionals share their insights on critical information issues in contemporary society. The next iConference is scheduled to take place March 25-28, 2018 in Sheffield, UK. Registration for iConference 2018 is now open.