Program for Information Science Brown Bag Talk Series
Information Science Brown Bag talks, hosted by the Program on Information Science, consists of regular discussions and brainstorming sessions on all aspects of information science and uses of information science and technology to assess and solve institutional, social and research problems.
These are informal talks. Discussions are often inspired by real-world problems being faced by the lead discussant. Updated or encore presentation of talks originally presented externally, but of general interest to the Library community, are also common. The following schedule and descriptions are tentative. Topics are usually not confirmed earlier than the month before.
For upcoming talks see:
For past talks see http://informatics.mit.edu/calendar/past_events