Bibliometrics in Film Theory: Practical and Philosophical Challenges

  Patrick Brian Smith and Jesse David Dinneen are PhD students from Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema and McGill University’s School of Information Studies, respectively. Patrick and Jesse have been collaborating on a project to explore the practical and philosophical challenges of bibliometrics in film theory. Their different perspectives offer a rare insight into the multidisciplinary nature of … Read More

Olivier Jarda Talks About the Environmental Law and What We Can Do to Democratize Information

Olivier Jarda is a third-year BCL/LLB student at McGill University’s Faculty of Law and an activist passionate about the environment. Olivier shared his experience in Environmental Law with Alex, Kristen (our new team member), and Anastasia over a brunch last November. The refreshing conversation inspired all of us to re-evaluate our relationship with our habitat and encouraged us to successfully … Read More

The Chinese Word for Information: Collage with Yuning Hu

Yuning Hu is, perhaps, the youngest second-year student in the Knowledge Management stream at McGill University‘s School of Information Studies. It is always my pleasure to work with Yuning on team projects given her background in Human Resources and talk to her about, well, everything given her cheerful and outgoing personality… This September, Yuning kindly agreed for a photo shoot … Read More

Jesse David Dinneen: Making Sense of Information

Jesse David Dinneen is a PhD student at McGill University‘s School of Information Studies (SIS) with a solid background in Philosophy. He convenes the Philosophy of Information reading group at SIS and was a Web 2.You 2013 speaker. Jesse generously shared his thoughts on some of the current topics in Information Studies. Learn more…

Decoding the Visual Language of Women in Clothes

Anastasia dropped by the book launch/clothing swap event in Montreal yesterday. The collaborative team of authors launching their new book “Women in Clothes” shared some ideas that might be of interest to information specialists. Learn more…