Student Margaret Jean Campbell bubbles with enthusiasm when talking about how she helped develop the first massive open online course, or MOOC, at the San José State University School of Library and Information Science.
Zemirah Lee used the technology skills she gained as an SJSU SLIS student assistant to moderate online sessions for the Library 2.012 Worldwide Virtual Conference, held earlier this year, and to develop an informational webinar for newly admitted students.
Student Julie Whitehead is helping to analyze public library spaces for young adults by creating exact replicas in the virtual world of Second Life.
Student Lauren Flattery is using her teaching background and language skills to help develop a new interdisciplinary Chinese Language and Culture course at SJSU SLIS.
Student Joy Rodriguez is building her project management skills as a research assistant for a grant-funded study on public library spaces for young adults.