School of Information Management

School of Information Management

The School of Information Management (SIM), part of Victoria Business School, offers an interdisciplinary approach to managing technology, information, and people.

The collection, analysis, and management of relevant and accurate information is crucial to the success of businesses and organisations. A qualification from the School of Information Management will put you on the proven path of students who have gone on to further study with our Honours, Masters, and PhD programmes, or established successful careers in ICT consultancy, information and knowledge management, e-commerce, and academia.

Events

Sep25WorkshopsCommunity-based Archives Masterclass
Date: 25 September 2014
Time: 9.00 am
Venue: Pipitea Campus, Wellington
Presenter: Professor Ann Gilliland, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California. Read more

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News

15 August 2014 Professional Recognition Award for Senior Tutor
Kathryn Oxborrow, Senior Tutor for Information Studies, has recently been announced as an Associate of the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) for 2014. Read more
12 August 2014 Dr Janet Toland to present oral histories of Wellington IT pioneers at conference next month
Dr Janet Toland from the School of Information Management will present oral histories of eight Wellington pioneers of computing at the Gift of Memory conference to be held in the capital next month. Read more
5 August 2014 Study shows consumers willing to pay for online news
A Victoria University of Wellington student is exploring ways to fund quality journalism online, including developing a tool that allows people to purchase an online package of news from several publishers. Read more

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Professor Benoit Aubert New Head of School

 

SIM Head of School Benoit Aubert

The School of Information Management is please to announce that Professor in Information Systems Benoit Aubert has taken up the role as Head of School.

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Study shows consumers willing to pay for online news

 

Alex Clark, Victoria University of Wellington student

Alex Clark, a Master of Advanced Technology Enterprise student, is exploring ways to fund quality journalism online, including developing a tool that allows people to purchase an online package of news from several publishers.

Led by Alex and supervised by Dr Brenda Chawner, the ‘News, Renewed’ team surveyed 457 newsreaders to explore their willingness to pay for news online.

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