The College of Information is home to a number of research centers and labs, including:
The purpose of the lab is to research the impact of 3D learning environments on teaching and learning. The lab also conducts research into the wider topic of games and simulations on teaching and learning.
The Center enables our constituents to implement knowledge solutions for improving their organizational systems. We empower scholars and scholar-practitioners to make evident-based decisions that optimize learning and performance systems to improve organizational knowledge.
The mission of the Information Research and Analysis Lab is to foster innovation and advancement in design, analytics, and the execution of high caliber research. The IRA lab strives to bring cutting edge rigor and insight to the research process and methodologies.
The Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning (IITTL), housed at the University of North Texas is chartered by the UNT Council of Deans to conduct research and implement best practices in the area of teaching and learning with technology.
Intelligent Information Access (IIA) explores effective and efficient methods for access, interaction, and analysis of large, distributed, heterogeneous, multimedia and sometimes multilingual information. The IIA Lab conducts cutting-edge research and development in cross-language information access, multimedia retrieval, information filtering, social network analysis, as well as user interaction issues.
TARA is an exploratory, research-driven, hands-on laboratory designed to support individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in grades K-6.
The Visual Thinking Laboratory is a collection of scholars exploring the ways humans interact with the territory at the juncture of image and meaning. Laboratory members include teachers, researchers, students, information scientists, artists, philosophers, filmmakers, computer scientists, behavior analysts, photographers and others. The Visual Thinking Laboratory weaves together the ideas, talents and abilities of these researchers to create a unique body of work.