Mc Gill University School Of Information Studies
The School of Information Studies (SIS) at McGill University is engaged in the education of information professionals, individuals who can make a difference to the management and design of information resources, services, and systems to ensure adequate access to information and knowledge for all.
SIS inherits the rich traditions of service from librarianship. As the pioneer school in Canada, SIS has been offering programs at McGill since 1897, and its MLIS degree has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association since 1929.
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