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You can also interact with SJSU iSchool faculty, staff, and students on our blogs. Our website is chock-full of information; but, if you're seeking detailed information where you can also comment and ask questions, bookmark our blogs. We blog about careers and curriculum. We blog about registration updates. Our school's faculty and students post questions and answers covered during our online open houses. Dr. Main also has an advising blog for current students. Check out the following SJSU iSchool blog sites:
- iSchool Curriculum Center Blog – This blog is managed by Associate Director Dr. Linda Main and discusses curriculum developments such as new courses and scheduling, important registration news and updates, and everything current students need to know.
- Career Blog – The Career Blog is a must-read for job seekers. Jill Klees, SJSU Career Center Liaison to iSchool, posts answers to your career-related questions.
- Colloquia Blog – Information about iSchool Colloquia and links to webcasts.
Virtual Internship Blog – Managed by Dr. Patricia Franks, this blog provides information for virtual interns, site supervisors, and all others interested in SJSU
iSchool and its virtual internship program.
- Virtual Center for Archives and Records Administration (VCARA) Blog – Information about virtual world events sponsored by VCARA on iSchool Island in Second Life is posted to this blog managed by Dr. Patricia Franks.
- Archives & Records Administration (MARA) Blog – This blog is intended for prospective and current Master's in Archives and Records Administration (MARA) students, MARA faculty, and all colleagues interested in Archives, Records Administration, Information Governance, and related fields. This blog is administered by Dr. Patricia Franks.
- New Student Blog – This blog is designed specifically for our newest students, as well as applicants to our school’s graduate programs. A current student hosts the blog and provides information and advice for new students.
- Center for Information Research and Innovation (CIRI) Blog – SJSU iSchool faculty post on a variety of topics concerning their research projects.
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