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Information Science Workout: Use Your Body to Learn Information Science!

Tech for Social Good: A Fireside Chat with Arjun Malhotra, Co-founder of HCL

AI and India’s IT Odyssey—From Humble Beginnings to Global Dominance: A Fireside Chat with NR Narayana Murthy

AI for Science: A Fireside Chat with Tony Hey, eScience Pioneer

INFIDEOS’ 2023 Holiday Gift to Information Science

Whither Information Science? Fireside Chat with Nick Belkin, A Pioneer of the Cognitive Paradigm

Attending the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in London, England? Need to “Cover” a Class You are Teaching this Fall? Hold an Information Science Video Festival!

Learn Information Behavior (1980s Style!)

Comics and Graphic Novels: Impact on Children Through History

“Library and Information Science” Explained and Embodied in 5 Minutes

A New Video Series on Visual Research Methods at INFIDEOS

Is AI the future of everything? A fireside chat with one of the fathers of the Internet, Vint Cerf. 

Doing Interdisciplinary Science: from Complex Systems to Computational Biology to Climate Change—Fireside Chat with Gautam Menon

Commercializing AI: A Fireside Chat with Mark Maybury

Venture Capital in the US and India: Synergistic Investing—Fireside Chat with Venture Capitalist Sid Mookerji

Information Science Macareindeer

A Video Series that REALLY Teaches How to Write (While Honoring All Voices)

Deciphering the Genetic Heritage of the People of India: Fireside Chat with Partha Majumder

The Changing Information Industry Landscape: Through an Internet Entrepreneur’s Lens—Fireside Chat With Ajit Balakrishnan

Hear! Here!: A New Video Series for Doctoral Students

Building Socio-technical resilience in software development: experiences from The Motivating Jenny Project (Fireside chat with Helen Sharp)

Three Generations of Savolainen’s (1995) Everyday Life Information Seeking Model

Towards Responsible AI: Leveraging Multi-partner Engagement—Fireside chat with Carolyn Watters

Is R the Right Toolset for eScience/Open Science? Fireside Chat with Maëlle Salmon

An Unpopular Video That Bridges Certain Divides in Information Science

Fireside Chat with Dan Atkins—Evolution of Computing Infrastructure for Research: Is AI the Future of Research?

Information Science Road Trip

The Power and the Pitfalls of Large Language Models: A fireside chat with Ricardo Baeza-Yates.

The Future of Big Data Will Be Zero Data

Science Communication, Research Data, and COVID-19: A Fireside Chat with Gagandeep Kang

Congratulations, Dr. Kuhlthau!

The Changing Landscape of Human Information Interaction: The Past, Present, and the Future

Attention Doctoral Students: This Video Is for You!

Different Flavors of AI: The Next Cognitive Revolution? A Fireside Chat with Gio Wiederhold

Changing Contours of the iField: A Fireside Chat with Mike Eisenberg

Introducing the What Makes This Paper Great? Series at INFIDEOS

The Crossroads of INFORMATION & LOVE

The Social Nature of Information

The History of Information Science in 30 Seconds?

Introducing INFideos: Information Science Videos on YouTube

A Holiday Gift to Information Science

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Learn Information Behavior (1980s Style!)

The video Learn Information Behavior, 1980s-Style! opens to Lauper’s famous melody and goes on to feature four great information behavior luminaries from the 1980s and their contributions. Specifically, Brenda Dervin’s Sense-Making (1983), Carol Kuhlthau’s Information Search Process (1988), Marcia Bates’ Berrypicking (1989), and Elfreda Chatman’s multiple social theories (1996) are the stars.

 

Comics and Graphic Novels: Impact on Children Through History

Today, the world of comics and graphic novels is a vast landscape encompassing an array of genres, styles, and storytelling techniques. From fantasy and science fiction to memoirs and historical accounts, comics and graphic novels have proven to be a versatile and engaging medium for people of all ages, particularly children.

   

“Library and Information Science” Explained and Embodied in 5 Minutes

“What is Library and Information Science?” in a 5-minute video. LIS is cast as the mediating force between publications and people. Further, the video distinguishes the academic discipline (library and information science) from the related concepts of its institution (the library) and profession (librarianship). Along the way, several key concepts are defined, such as the reference interview, reader’s advisory, bibliographic control, and information retrieval. Three distinct types of libraries are named (public, academic, special).

  

A New Video Series on Visual Research Methods at INFIDEOS

The new 12-episode video series at INFIDEOS, Visual Research Methods, is designed for anyone who may wish to incorporate images, such as photographs or drawings, into a research project.

  

Is AI the future of everything? A fireside chat with one of the fathers of the Internet, Vint Cerf. 

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is coming at humanity fast and furious. Shalini Urs discusses the new epoch of AI with one of the fathers of the Internet, Vint Cerf.

  

Doing Interdisciplinary Science: from Complex Systems to Computational Biology to Climate Change—Fireside Chat with Gautam Menon

This episode of InfoFire is in conversation with Gautam Menon, Professor of Physics and Biology and Dean of Research and heads the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability (3CS) at Ashoka University, who believes that climate change is a settled science and requires an interdisciplinary approach to mitigate its worst consequences. This will involve cutting-edge research into ecological shifts, monitoring local environments, socio-economic issues connected to climate change, sustainable lifestyles, and the development of effective teaching and awareness tools.

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