Academic librarians honed their research skills during the Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL), a grant-funded research program developed in partnership between San José State University and Loyola Marymount University.
Dr. Sandra Hirsh, director of the San José State University School of Library and Information Science, brings her expertise to the advisory board of Credo, the information skills solutions provider that serves educational institutions worldwide.
The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) program at the SJSU School of Library and Information Science was recently granted full reaccreditation through 2021 by the American Library Association.
The SJSU School of Library and Information Science is working with the California State Library to train future and current information professionals to provide quality early childhood programming in both library and non-library settings.
Professor Dr. Judith Weedman's new chapter includes traveling and reading, as she retires from teaching at the SJSU information school. With her retirement now official, the school says good-bye to a valued scholar and instructor.
Professor Dr. Debra Hansen received the 2014 Donald G. Davis Article Award for her essay that told the story of James Gillis and the politics surrounding the professionalization of California libraries at the turn of the 20th century. Congratulations!
The SJSU information school and HP are partnering to learn more about student learning preferences when comparing electronic and printed textbooks by piloting a personalized hybrid book tool this summer in two of the school's courses.
The San José State University School of Library and Information Science is recruiting for a tenure track assistant professor in the area of Teacher Librarianship. Applications close November 5, 2014. Join our award-winning faculty!
Two of Dr. Tonia San Nicolas-Rocca’s students, who recently completed her Cybersecurity course, were selected for a grant to study cybersecurity during a week-long summer residential program.
Alumna Deborah Estreicher supports future public librarians with a new memorial scholarship in honor of her late mother. The scholarship will be awarded for the first time in fall 2014 to a graduate student pursuing a career in public librarianship.