School of Information Studies

Le gouvernement à l'ère numérique

French

Les gouvernements du monde entier acceptent ce que signifie travailler à une époque où les attentes des citoyens ne cessent de croître et où les nouvelles technologies offrent des possibilités de prestation de services et exercent des fonctions complètement différentes. Cette séance examinera comment ces pays ont abordé la question, ce qui a réussi et ce qui a échoué, et où est le Canada dans tout cela? 

Conférencière:

Sub-title: 
SÉRIE DE CONFÉRENCES EN SHN
Date: 
Tuesday 27 March 2018 à 01 h 00
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Government in a Digital Age

English

Governments around the world are coming to terms with what it means to work in an age when the expectations of citizens are constantly rising, and where new technologies offer opportunities to deliver services, and run the functions of government in completely different ways. This session will look at how have countries around the world approached this, what has succeeded and what has failed, and where is Canada in all of this?   

Sub-title: 
DH@uOttawa SPEAKER SERIES
Date: 
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 - 1:00 am
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Série de conférences de la Faculté des arts

French

Le conférencier Mark Kingwell est professeur de philosophie à l’Université de Toronto. Contributeur pour le Harper’s Magasine, This Magazine et le Globe and Mail notamment, ses publications visent tout autant le milieu académique que le grand public. Il a été récompensé entre autres par le Spitz Price for Political Theory, le Drummer’s General Award et par un doctorat honorifique des beaux-arts du Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Sub-title: 
Enseigner à penser, penser l’enseignement
Date: 
Wednesday 11 April 2018 à 17 h 00
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Faculty of Arts Conference Series

English

Keynote Speaker, Mark Kingwell, is a University of Toronto professor and a contributor for the Harper’s Magazine, This Magazine and the Globe and Mail notably. He not only publishes in academia but also for a general audience. He was awarded with the Spitz Price for Political Theory, the Drummer’s General Award and he received an Honorary Doctor of Fine art Degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Sub-title: 
Teaching Thinking, Thinking Teaching
Date: 
Wednesday, 11 April 2018 - 5:00 pm
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Invitation- Pause-Café- Passez au niveau supérieur

French

Passez au niveau supérieur. Faites une Maîtrise en sciences de l’information. Venez nous rencontrer pour une pause-café le mardi 28 novembre 2017 de 10h00 à 11h30 Édifice Morisset MRT 248.

À la recherche d’une carrière stimulante? Gestionnaire de l’information, analyste en GI, architecte d’information, bibliothécaire, archiviste, gestionnaire de projets numériques, gestionnaire de données, spécialiste en gestion des connaissances, directeur des services d’information et plus!

·         Ouvert aux diplômés de toutes les disciplines

Sub-title: 
Maitrise sciences de l'information
Date: 
Tuesday 28 November 2017 à 10 h 00 to à 11 h 30
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Invitation Coffee Break -Take your Degree to the Next Level

English

Take your degree to the next level. Become a Master of Information. Join us for a Coffee Break Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Morisset Building room MRT 248

Are you looking for an exciting career?  Information Manager, IM Analyst, Information Architect, Librarian, Archivist, Digital Projects Manager, Data Manager, Knowledge Management Specialist, Director of Information Services and more!

·         Program open to graduates of all disciplines

·         CO-OP option

·         Bilingual program

Sub-title: 
Master of Information Studies
Date: 
Tuesday, 28 November 2017 - 10:00 am to 11:30 am
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ESIS Research Conversations

English

The presentation focuses on a doctoral study, the aim of which is to draw an exhaustive portrait of the usefulness of university archives websites in Canada. The methodology reproduces similar studies done in the United States to better understand the Canadian context. This exploratory study comprises two phases: an analysis of 81 Canadian university archives websites and an online survey of history undergraduate students.

Sub-title: 
Archival Interaction and Canadian university archives websites
Date: 
Monday, 16 October 2017 - 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
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ESIS Conversations de recherche

French

La présentation portera sur une étude doctorale dont le but est de proposer un portrait exhaustif de l'utilité des sites web d'archives universitaires au Canada. La méthodologie reprend des études similaires menées aux États-Unis dans le but de mieux comprendre le contexte canadien. Cette étude exploratoire est menée en deux temps : une analyse du contenu de 81 sites web d'archives universitaires au Canada et un sondage auprès des étudiants du premier cycle en histoire.

Sub-title: 
L'interaction archivistique et les sites web d'archives universitaires au Canada
Date: 
Monday 16 October 2017 à 11 h 00 to à 12 h 00
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Understanding of Country Music's 'Geo-Cultural' Origins

English

Since the 1950s, country music has conventionally (and stereotypically) been defined through a “southern thesis” that the genre emerged from the countryside and mountain hollows of the rural U.S. south. Recent studies contested this relationship, demonstrating the role that northern states and urban centres have played in shaping the genre’s sound and image. But the geo-­‐origins of the genre’s artists are often overlooked in this discussion.

Sub-title: 
School of Information Studies - Research Conversation Series
Date: 
Thursday, 20 October 2016 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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The plight of the consumer in Canada’s mobile marketplace

Presented by Lora Hamilton, Sean Grassie JD (Students) and Mary Cavanagh (ÉSIS) and Marina Pavlovic (Law) 

Abstract

English
Date: 
Thursday, 22 September 2016 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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