Friday, May 4, from 1-4pm
with reception shortly after
School of Information, 1616 Guadalupe St, Austin, Texas
Come see how the next wave of information professionals are putting information to work. This free annual event showcases the latest in digital libraries and archives, data analysis, information architecture and organization, and user experience research and design, and more, all for your information. The Open House includes an exciting slate of activities:
Capstone Poster Showcase — Graduating master's students will present their culminating capstone projects and research findings in diverse areas of the information field, including digital archives, data analysis, library science, user experience design, user interface, data mining and technology.
Student Projects — Current students will present projects highlighting their application of information and technology to include innovative mobile apps, digital humanities, 3D printing technology and more.
Lab Tours & Demos — Experience the iSchool’s exciting new makerspace and tour the school’s state-of-the art labs for Information Experience (UX), Digital Archaeology (Archiving), Information Retrieval, Preservation and Conservation, and Human Computer Interaction.
Parking is available in the Guadalupe Garage, accessed from 17th Street, or in the ample street parking meter spaces surrounding the building. The building entrance is on Guadalupe, between 16th and 17th Streets.