Author Archives: dbawden

Albert’s Imagination and the Significance of Information

Professor David Bawden reflects on Albert Einstein’s imagination and the relationship between his theory of relativity and current understandings of information. Continue reading

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i3 in the Grey City

Professor Bawden attended the Fifth i3 – Information: interactions and impact – conference held at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in late June 2015. Here he shares his report. Continue reading

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On Not Being a Weak Discipline

Professor David Bawden attended the ISI conference in Zadar earlier this year. In this post he offers some thoughts on the state of information science research. Continue reading

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#citylis: In Praise of Dissertations

Professor David Bawden reflects on what an interesting set of dissertations #citylis students do each year. Continue reading

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On Not Going To Library School

Professor David Bawden contributes to the discussion on why it’s worth it to go to Library School. Continue reading

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