- Student Perspectives: Warding gestures and flourishes: Text analysis and the creative writing process
- Student Perspectives: Mining For Data
- Student Perspectives: Why Big Data and Democracy?
- Student Perspectives: Lockdown, and What the Digital World Cannot yet Replace
- Student Perspectives: Franco-Arabic and the Secret History of Writing
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***This essay was written by CityLIS student Camilla Paffey in April 2019. It is reproduced here with the author’s permission as part of our CityLIS Writes initiative.*** The means by which academics have traditionally disseminated their findings has a rich … Continue reading
There is no required pre-course reading for those joining CityLIS Masters courses, but we are often asked for recommendations. Here is a suggested list of books, which might also be of interest to part-time students thinking about their second year. … Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is written by Lauren Cummings, who recently visited the Bibliothekartag in Leipzig, Germany. Lauren attended the conference with support from the John Campbell Trust. A … Continue reading
ISKO UK 2019 “The human position in an artificial world: creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization
CityLIS is delighted to host ISKO UK 2019. This well established conference attracts many key thinkers and practitioners throughout the information community, and we look forward to welcoming our speakers and attendees in July! This event is organized by the … Continue reading
From Library and Information Science to Philosophy and Back. Dominic Dixon February 13th 2019 *** Dominic joined CityLIS as a research student in February 2019. This post, introducing his work, was first published on 13/02/19, on Dominic’s blog podusmonens.com. You … Continue reading