1. About Us
With 40 years of development, the School of Information Management at Sun Yat-sen University is an important base for scientific research and talent cultivation in the area of library, information and archives management. It is also the only school that fully covers the first-level discipline of library, information and archives management, offers PhD programmes, and set a post-doctoral research station in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
The School of Information Management is located in the Guangzhou East Campus of Sun Yat-sen University. It contains three disciplinary areas, namely Library Science, Information Science, and Archives Management, and ranks 4th in ShanghaiRanking's Best Chinese Subjects Rankings in 2019.
The school currently has 34 full-time faculties and 7 research associates and post-doctors, together with 56 PhD students, 293 master students and 536 undergraduate students. The courses of Library Science and Archive Science have been respectively selected as national and provincial first-class undergraduate specialty construction points. Three undergraduate courses (namely, Information Management and Information Systems, Library Science, Archival Science) and three postgraduate courses (namely, Information Science, Library Science, Archival Science) have gained CILIP accreditation. The School is also part of the iSchools movement and voting member of IFLA and ICA, and so have good international reputation.
To follow the past and herald the future, at the new starting point, the School of Information Management, together with our talents, will pursue the goal of building a world-class discipline of library, information and archives management with Chinese characteristics.
Applicants with the following background are welcomed:
Six Key disciplines:
National Cultural Strategy and Library Development
Cultural Heritage and Document Preservation and Conservation
Digital Information Resources and Smart Technology Management and Application,
Information Research and Scientometrics
Electronic Records and Electronic Archives Management
Basic Theory and History of Archival Science.
More specifically, the field of library, information and archives management involves many related areas, including but not limited to: Modern Public Culture Services System Development, Culture Research; Cultural Heritage Preservation and Conservation，Ancient Book Preservation and Conservation, Intangible Cultural Heritage Preservation and Conservation; Digital Humanity, Digital Library; Nationwide Reading Promotion, Children’s Reading; Information Literacy, Data Literacy, Science Literacy, Reading Literacy; Information Resource Management, Internet Information Resource Management; Application and Governance of Internet of Things, Big Data, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain; Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Public Cultural Service; Intelligent Information System, Information Analysis and Intelligence Research, Competitive Intelligence Research; Scientometrics and S&T Evaluation; Sci-tech Literature Knowledge Base, Text Semantic Analysis; Information Law and Information Policy; Knowledge Management, Knowledge Organisation, Information Behaviour; Digital Records and Archives Management; Organization and Exploitation of Historical Archive; Basic Archival Theory.
Have significant academic potentials and has achieved outstanding research results by publishing no less than three outstanding academic works in principle; for those who have made particularly significant achievements, the number of their works could be less than that stated above appropriately; has worked as a postdoctor, lecturer or assistant professor in a well-known domestic or international higher education institute or research institute; and has worked as a Principal Investigator (PI) in at least one research project at the provincial and ministerial level or above (except for overseas applicants).
4. Remunerations and Benefits
Contact Person：Miss Zhang Haiya
|Location:||Guangzhou - China|
|Placed On:||18th December 2020|
|Expires:||17th February 2021|
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