Research seminars - SIS Seminar Series

The McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) presents research colloquia throughout the year with Canadian and international guest speakers. These free talks highlight innovative research topics and developments in the field of information studies.

The seminars are open to students, university staff and faculty, alumni, and members of the public. SIS PhD and master's students are strongly encouraged to attend. As seating is limited, please arrive early to secure a seat.

We look forward to seeing you there!

2018/19 seminars and workshops

September 27, 2018

Research Commons

McLennan Library

3:00-5:00 PM

Accesability and Anti-Abelism Rachel Desjourdy & Claire Burrows

October 1, 2018

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-1:30

Learning Analytics - Contextualizing Student Feedback in Semantically Interoperable Vocabulary - Yeona Yang

 

October 12, 2018 

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-1:30

What does Knowledge look like?: Tracy Bowen & Max Evans
October 29, 2018

Research Commons

McLennan Library

12:30-2:00 PM

LGTBQIA+ Issues - Meryem Benslimane& MichaelDavid Miller

 

November 12, 2018

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-2:00

Workshop on WikiData

TBD 

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-1:30

Mini-workshop: Introduction to Basic and Advanced MS Excel - Ilja Frissen

February 4, 2019

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-1:30

Analyzing Ecological Conflicts through the Dataset of the Global Atlas of Environmental Justice - Leah Miller
February 18, 2019

SIS Mansion

Room 106

12:30-1:30

Can Twitter increase the visibility of your Publications? - Fei Shu
March 18, 2019

SIS Mansion

Room 106

1:00-2:30

Rare books workshop - Eddie Paul
March 19, 2019 (TUESDAY)

SIS Mansion

Room 106

1:00-2:30

What do you need to consider to build an effective Business Case in a real practical world - Alexander Lum


 

 

Check the SIS homepage for more School of Information Studies events.