People & Information: Making Vital Connections
Florida State University’s School of Information is one of the founding iSchools, offering an undergraduate degree in Information Technology and two nationally-ranked Master’s degrees offered entirely online, including a Master’s in Information Technology degree, an ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Information, a Specialist degree in Information, as well as a PhD in Information.
FSU School of Information faculty, staff, students, alumni and employers can be found in all kinds of information spaces: exploring cybersecurity, health information technology, social media, data mining and data analytics; cultural heritage; conducting assessments of early literacy programs in public libraries; studying the lifecycles of scientists at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory; building digital libraries and creating new information resources for K-12 classrooms; sponsoring hackathons and coordinating information makerspaces; helping consumers judge the credibility of health information on the Web; and implementing broadband in rural communities.
As leaders and innovators in online education, the FSU iSchool is celebrating 20 years of online learning and innovation, including the IDEA Learning Community, the FSU Collaboratory, as well as opportunities in scholarships and internships. The FSU Collaboratory in the Goldstein Library is a center for technology innovation on the FSU Campus with 3D printing, and 3D modeling and visualization, including Oculus Rift. Find out more, and join us!