An elective that allows graduate students to work remotely for an information organization with a global reach was just the ticket for student Gloria Jertberg, who sees more job opportunities opening up for remote workers.
When she started working on her Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree, student Joyce Monsees wasn’t sure where it would lead her.
Inspired by the opportunity to gain global experience, MLIS student Kijana Stringer enrolled in one of the newest course offerings at the SJSU information school – LIBR 298: Virtually Abroad.
On the brink of graduating, student Indri Pasaribu took the advice of her academic advisor and enrolled in our school’s new LIBR 298 Virtually Abroad course, taught by Dr. Paul Christensen.
When MLIS student Sarah Henriksson learned that one of her final class projects in her LIBR 240 Information Technology Tools and Applications course was to design a website, she reached out to her contacts at the Progressive Librarians Guild (PLG), where she volunteers, gaining their permission t