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InfoShow23 is coming!

We are pleased to announce that InfoShow23 will take place on Thursday, May 11th from 5:30-9:30pm at Pratt Manhattan Center. More information and to RSVP can be found…

InfoShow22 Program

InfoShow22 is the annual showcase and celebration of Pratt School of Information student work, and is part of Pratt Shows. InfoShow22 is taking place on Friday, May 13, 2021 5:30-7:30pm ET, followed by the…

#InfoShow21 Program

#InfoShow21 program is now live! #InfoShow21 is taking place on Thursday May 13, 2021 5:30-7:30pm ET, followed by the School of Information Awards Ceremony at 7:30pm.

#InfoShow21 is coming!

#InfoShow21 will take place Thursday May 13, 2021, 5:30-7:30pm ET. To RSVP to attend, please visit For more information on #InfoShow21 and Pratt Shows, please visit the…

#infoshow20 cancelled

[NOTE: Please note that #infoshow20 and all other Pratt Shows are cancelled because of COVID-19. You can find select graduating student portfolios at Archived text is below]….

#infoshow19 Program Booklet

Please find the #infoshow19 program booklet, available as a PDF and in print at the show.

Portfolio Showcase

View the portfolios of our graduating students at the Portfolio Showcase, including work from Library & Information Science, Information Experience Design, and Data Analytics & Visualization programs.


#infoshow18, the annual showcase of Pratt Institute School of Information student work, is May 11 at 5:30-7:30p, followed by the graduation reception.  View the program booklet here. To…

#infoshow18 Demos and Video Trailers

These demos and videos will be on display at #infoshow18: Heather Hill – Creating a Map on Carto (video) Youn Lee – 2017 Houston Astros Regular Season (interactive visualization) Pratt…

#infoshow17 Program Booklet

Please find the infoshow17 brochure here.

Heuristic Evaluation of the Lloyd Sealy Library Digital Collections at John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Jessica worked directly with the Lloyd Sealy Library, of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, to plan and conduct a heuristic usability evaluation of their Digital Collections website.

Blind Teens in Public Libraries

This case study employs the concepts of universal design for learning and multiple intelligences to convey the life of a teen who is blind and her usage of…