In response to new credentialing standards, students in our school’s Teacher Librarian program will complete fewer required units, allowing them to take more electives should they choose to continue their studies and earn an MLIS degree.
In an interview with lecturer John Horodyski, student Ian Matzen describes his experiences in the emerging field of digital asset management (DAM) and the career opportunities it offers information professionals.
San José Gateway PhD program doctoral student Melissa Fraser-Arnott will be presenting her confirmation of candidature on March 19, 2014, at 4:00 p.m., PDT. The event will be held online via Blackboard Collaborate.
The new i.School Open Classes program offers current and future information professionals the opportunity to enroll in graduate-level online courses at SJSU SLIS and earn college credit. This professional development opportunity is open to everyone.
Instructor Jason Kaltenbacher recently earned a technology-focused MBA and became a certified records manager. He’s already sharing his new knowledge with MLIS and MARA students, as they explore emerging trends in records management.
The Special Libraries Association Student Chapter at SJSU SLIS was recently reactivated. The group hopes to attract new members and leaders, and invites students to their upcoming webinars during March and April.
Three instructors from the SJSU information school received a 2013 Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the Web-based Information Science Education (WISE) consortium. The national award honors their accomplishments as online educators.
The first Circle of Learning scholars completed our school’s MLIS program in December 2013, and they are already making a huge impact on tribal communities from Alaska to California.
Dr. Christine Hagar, an assistant professor at SJSU SLIS, addressed the Health Information For All 2015 mHealth goal during a poster showing at the 2014 BOBCATSSS conference in Barcelona. She explained the need for mobile access to healthcare information.
A new scholarship, created by alumna Janice Wakimoto, honors Dr. Robert Ellett, Jr., a SLIS instructor who passed away suddenly in 2013. Wakimoto established the scholarship to honor Ellett and to help current students complete their studies.