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Top Conferences for Information Management and Library and Information Science Professionals

In our fast-paced, technology-driven world, it is vital to stay up to date on advances in the fields of information management and library and information science.One of the best ways to do this is by meeting and learning from peers.

The Rising Demand for Information Managers

With such a rapid flow of information coming in from so many streams of data, there is an increasing need for information management.

Student Spotlight: Neil Dewar

Meet Neil Dewar, SVP of Global Client Information Strategy at PIMCO and MSIM class of 2017.

Can You Judge A Book By Its Cover? Probably Not.

To answer that question, we organized the books on Design Observer’s 2015 list by their current ratings on Goodreads.com.

The Best Countries for Book Lovers

Using data from the Online Computer Learning Center Inc. (OCLC) and the World Bank, iSchool@Syracuse ranks the 20 best and worst countries for book lovers measured by the most and fewest libraries per 100,000 residents.

What Is Data Storytelling? A Q&A with Datadoodle’s Ted Cuzzillo

In this interview with Syracuse University’s Master of Information Management program, Ted Cuzillo defines data storytelling, explains its impact on businesses and offers tips on how professionals can start telling their own data stories.