LYRASIS Learning is an education platform for webinars on subjects, such as content solutions, leadership and emerging trends, preservation solutions and technology. iSchool instructors will be teaching courses through the partnership.
One of the San José State University School of Information’s newest faculty members, Dr. Michele Villagran, has authored two chapters in a recently published book and will be speaking at several professional conferences in coming months addressing diversity and biases.
Blockchain technology may be the wave of the future in libraries, and Drs. Sue Alman and Sandra Hirsh of the San José State University School of Information want to help bring it to the forefront of professional discussion and implementation through a book in the American Library Association’s Library Futures series.
The second edition of Information Services Today: An Introduction, edited by San José State University School of Information’s Director Sandra Hirsh, and with contributions from multiple faculty members, has been published.
Two San José State University School of Information faculty members have been selected to participate in the San José State University eCampus Immersive Learning Institute where they will learn about innovative augmented reality and virtual reality technologies and pedagogies that create immersive learning opportunities to improve students’ engagement and critical thinking.
San José State University School of Information Associate Professor Christine Hagar presented her research at the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience Dealing with Disasters Conference recently held at Durham University in North East England.
Dr. Michael Stephens, an instructor in the MLIS program at the San José State University School of Information, has been promoted to associate professor. Stephens joined the iSchool in 2011 and teaches The Hyperlinked Library and Information Communities.
Dr. Mary Ann Harlan discussed the positive characteristics of librarians functioning as educators during her keynote presentation at the California School Library Association Southern Region’s Workshop.
Intelligence, national security and information policy are explored in a recently published book co-written by iSchool instructor Dr. Susan Maret. These same topics are also covered in several courses she teaches in the MLIS program.
iSchool lecturer Jennnifer Velasquez discusses the importance of making teens feel valued and welcome at libraries in her article that was recently published in the annual design issue of American Libraries.