• SJSU School of Information faculty members receive grants to develop a digital repository of materials that will support the internationalization of online courses and to create a new globalization and information course syllabus.
  • The topics of information communities, open access metadata, and international librarianship are explored in the 11th issue of the iSchool's Student Research Journal. 
  • Three faculty members have recently received notable promotions, honoring their significant contributions to the iSchool and the profession: Dr. Bill Fisher, Dr. Anthony Bernier, and Dr. Christine Hagar. Congratulations!
  • Students interested in learning the basics of Linux, Python, data security, and networking will have the opportunity this fall with the addition of a new elective course being offered in the MLIS program.
  • The spring issue of Archeota, the open-source digital publication of the Society of American Archivists Student Chapter, features articles on conservation, diversity, post-graduation employment, and upcoming events.
  • Five new students will be starting the MLIS program this fall with a $1,000 credit after being awarded the Director's Scholarship for Excellence. Their winning Pinterest applications demonstrated creativity in information organization and story telling.
  • MLIS students Mary Block and Amy Moskovitz recently visited Guatemala for a service trip with the organization Librarians Without Borders. The students cataloged books for the school's library collection and developed programs to promote literacy.
  • Participants in the SJSU School of Information's Circle of Learning scholarship program recently held a virtual reunion. The close-knit alumni group shared professional milestones and how the MLIS program has positively impacted their careers.
  • Toby Greenwalt will send graduates off on their next journey with his convocation address during the iSchool's synchronous virtual convocation ceremony at 11 a.m. PDT on Saturday, May 21, 2016.
  • The SJSU School of Information awards several scholarships every year to students enrolled in the MLIS and MARA degree programs. Most recently, 17 outstanding students earned scholarships worth a total of $20,000.