The School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin is well situated within the thriving yet bohemian Silicon Hills and urban beauty of south central Texas. The School of Information has a rich tradition of training information professionals of all ilk: archivists, record managers, librarians, intelligence analysts, and conservators. It is within this context that the human-computer interaction (HCI)/information architecture (IA)/usability program has evolved, addressing the profusion of digital information and its impacts on users and communities. In 2002 the School hired Andrew Dillon as Dean. Dillon is an immediate past director of the American Society of…
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