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JeffSalton

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  1. The Information School at UW-Madison is recruiting applicants to our PhD program. All PhD students are fully funded for five years, including tuition, stipend, and health insurance. Students in our program receive individual mentoring from faculty who have expertise in a wide range of areas in information and computer sciences. Broadly, we are recruiting PhD students in all of the following areas: Bibliometrics, science of science, scholarly data analytics Book history and print culture Children and media Consumer health informatics Crowdsourcing/peer production/c
  2. The Information School at UW-Madison is recruiting applicants to our PhD program. All PhD students are fully funded for five years, including tuition, stipend, and health insurance. Students in our program receive individual mentoring from faculty who have expertise in a wide range of areas in information and computer sciences. Broadly, we are recruiting PhD students in all of the following areas: Bibliometrics, science of science, scholarly data analytics Book history and print culture Children and media Consumer health informatics Crowdsourcing/peer production/c
  3. My answer is "Maybe Yes, Eventually" -- BUT -- 1) I don't think it's likely for libraries and librarians to disappear soon ... people has been saying this since 40 years ago, but today there are still many libraries and librarian positions ... 2) As far as I know, librarians are still relatively better paid than many other jobs humanities major students can get. 3) Some MLIS programs also offer very "inclusive" entry-level IT and data analytics education too (by inclusive, I mean they won't ask you for a BS in computer science or equivalent).
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