RSLIS is located in Copenhagen and Aalborg (the Northern part of Jutland). It was Founded in 1956. The Royal School of Library and Information Science (RSLIS) educates information specialists, communications specialists and librarians. Our graduates are experts in the interaction between information needs, cultural consumption and digital media. RSLIS educates undergraduates, librarians, graduates (cand.scient.bibl.) and PhDs in information science and culture. RSLIS also offers a diploma and a masters degree.After completing a bachelors degree, students have the opportunity to choose a seventh semester, a so-called business-related project, that gives them the title Librarian DB. RSLISs education programs target tasks in both public and research libraries, public administration, organizations and private companies. Librarians and graduates are also employed as information specialists, researchers, web managers, document managers, knowledge managers, information workers and cultural mediators.The knowledge and network society offers good job opportunities for masters and librarians, and an increasing number of graduates find job openings in the private sector as information specialists. Department of Information Interaction and Information Architecture (IIIA) is part of the Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark (RSLIS) is a small independent and internationally esteemed research and teaching institution with full university status. The educational programmes of RSLIS rank from undergraduate to PhD-studies and qualify for jobs in organizations and private companies, cultural institutions and libraries. The schools graduates are in high demand to serve the increasing complexity of information in society. The global IT infrastructure and the rapidly growing digital services have reemphasized the role and continuing development of classic library and information science qualifications regarding searching, filtering, managing, communicating and sharing information and knowledge in a user oriented and cultural context. The total number of students enrolled in the Royal School of Library and Information Science is about 800 with approx. 200 in Aalborg and 600 in Copenhagen. The total number of students enrolled is about 1,000 with approximately 200 in the Aalborg branch and 800 in the Copenhagen branch. RSLIS has two branches, one in Copenhagen (Birketinget, near the University of Copenhagen, Campus South) and one in Aalborg (Fredrik Bajers Vej).IIIA has been active in bibliometric research for more than a decade, both at a national and international level. This includes efforts in webometrics, citation analysis, research evaluation, information retrieval by citation networks and bibliometric visualisation – all at both a theoretical and applied level, and involvement in central international organisations. In recent years the Danish government has drawn on IIIA as consultants, carrying out a number of bibliometric performance studies of various research fields, and for advice on setting up a nationwide funding system based on bibliometric data.