iSchool stands for “Information School.” Many iSchools have roots in library science, but as sources of information have grown, so have iSchools. Today, iSchools look at information systems, storage, management, technology, interfaces, accessibility, ethics, and much more. iSchools study how people access and use information, with a core committed to universal access, user-centered design, and applications that benefit individuals and communities. This can apply to information in virtual spaces, such as online communities, social networks, the World Wide Web, and databases - or physical spaces, such as libraries, museums, and archives.
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