MLIS student John Jackson, the 2010-2011 Program Coordinator for our School’s American Library Association Student Chapter (ALASC), was one of 40 students working behind the scenes during ALA’s 2011 Annual Conference in New Orleans.
Student Gabrielle Doyle’s presentation at the 2011 Alberta Library Conference was inspired by a SLIS course paper she wrote on managing and supporting teen employees.
NASIG is the largest organization for serials librarians and related professionals in North America, and focuses on issues surrounding the creation, production, delivery, management, and access of serial information.
Student Amy Unger has completed 30 units so far towards her MLIS degree, but says no class has been more valuable to her than the one-unit LIBR 298 Special Studies: Trendspotting.
Student Richard Hannon leverages his knowledge of two disciplines by combining his work as a community college instructor with his explorations in instructional librarianship, conference presentations, and Web 3.0.