The program supports undergraduate and graduate internships, research affiliates, research assistants, and postdoctoral fellows. (For more information about internships see this page).
This semester the program is pleased to welcome Kit Haines as a new Undergraduate Research Intern and Ada van Tine as a new Graduate Research Intern. Read more about New Research Interns Join the Program for fall 2017
The program supports undergraduate and graduate internships, research affiliates, research assistants, and postdoctoral fellows. (For more information about internships see this page.).
This semester the program is pleased to welcome David S. H. Rosenthal as a new Research Affiliate.
Dr. David S. H. Rosenthal recently retired after nearly two decades as Chief Scientist of the LOCKSS (Lots Of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) Program at the Stanford University Libraries, which he co-founded with Vicky Reich. Read more about Research Affiliate David S. H. Rosenthal joins the Program
This semester the program is pleased to welcome Patsy Baudoin as a new Research Affiliate. Read more about Research Affiliate Patsy Baudoin Joins the Program
The Amazon Corporation awarded $10,000 through The AWS Cloud Computing for Research program to support a joint project between the University of Florida and MIT to develop a prototype for an open election data facility. Led by Dr. Micah Altman (MIT Libraries), Professor Michael P. Read more about Program on Information Science Awarded $10,000 by Amazon, Inc. for Open Data Research
This semester the program is pleased to hosting two new graduate interns, Zachary Lizzee and Caroll Witt. Read more about Fall 2016 Intern Research Projects in Information Science
As members of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA), a consortium of over 145 leading government, academic, and private sector organizations committed to long term preservation of digital information, the MIT Libraries are pleased to announce the NDSA’s release of the inaugural National Agenda for Digital Stewardship. Read more about National Digital Stewardship Alliance releases inaugural agenda for digital stewardship
Micah Altman, MIT Libraries’ Director of Research, has been awarded the Antonio Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest for his work developing software that encourages transparency and public participation in the electoral redistricting process. Read more about Tides Foundation awards the Pizzigatti Prize to Micah Altman