SJSU School of Information Lecturer Patty Wong is hosting free webinars in advance of the 2015 ALA Annual Conference to share ideas and strategies for getting the most out of professional association conferences.
Congratulations are due to SJSU School of Information student Heather Terrell for winning the 2015 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing Award for her paper, “Reference Is Dead, Long Live Reference: Electronic Collections in the Digital Age.”
A number of speakers, events, and activities are planned in celebration of more than 500 students who are graduating from the School of Information at San José State University. The first event takes place May 16 with a live virtual convocation.
Librarian, advocate, author, and leader are all words used to describe Patrick Sweeney and Patrick Sullivan, both alumni of the San José State University School of Information. Now, they have a new title of “Movers and Shakers,” given by Library Journal.
Jill Bourne, a member of the International Advisory Council for the School of Information at San José State University, was named one of 100 Women of Influence for 2015 by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Congratulations!
The SJSU iSchool student chapters of professional organizations help graduate students make professional connections and acquire the skills they need to be successful for careers in the information profession.
With help from the SJSU School of Information, social work educators from eight Vietnamese universities learn how to use technology for effective teaching and administration as part of the Social Work Education Enhancement Program (SWEEP).
Congratulations to iSchool lecturer Dr. Cheryl Dee and alumna Jennifer Dinalo (MLIS 2013) for advancing the field of health information science! Both recently received honors from the Medical Library Association.
Students, faculty, and guests can imagine the warm island breeze and golden sunset when they visit the SJSU iSchool Island in Second Life on April 21, 2015, to attend the fifth annual Virtual Center for Archives and Records Administration conference.
The SJSU School of Information offers a number of courses designed to give graduate students and working professionals experience with the most innovative and important technologies in the field of library and information science.