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Cornell at CSCW 2017
We're headed to Portland for one of the biggest conferences of the year – Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) 2017.
Who We Are
Cornell's Information Science program connects top leaders in the field of technology with the next generation of innovators. Discover more about our program. 
Prospective Students
Information Science students engage in studies across a wide variety of fields. Find out what it takes to get a degree in Information Science.
Research in Information Science
InfoSci is home to several innovative research groups, with interests ranging from connective media to ubiquitous computing.  
New Frontiers
The internet and social media have created an explosion of social and behavioral data to help us better understand human behavior and social interaction. Our Info Sci leaders are at the forefront of this interdisciplinary research.
Cornell at CSCW 2017
Who We Are
Prospective Students
Research in Information Science
New Frontiers

In Information Science we look at the interactions between people and technology, how technology is shaping individual lives and social groups, as well as how the ways that people use technology can shape new developments.  

4:00PM Colloquia
Feb 2017 22

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, February 22, 2017, will be Ming Yin, a computer science PhD at Harvard and a member of

4:00PM Colloquia
Mar 2017 03

The Information Science Colloquium welcomes Dr.

4:00PM Colloquia
Mar 2017 08

The Department of Information Science welcomes colloquium speaker, René Kizilcec, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication at S

News

In their Best Paper, Joachims and fellow Cornellians Adith Swaminathan and Tobias Schnabel look at implicit feedback, its advantages and disadvantages.

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The Info Sci assistant professor speaks to why our online privacy is essential, even if we feel we have nothing to hide.

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Info Sci's Phoebe Sengers recently penned this op-ed exploring populism among rural Canadians and rural Americans.