Formerly known as SLISConnect, the SJSU iSchool's alumni and student association is now called iSchool Connext, a name that better embodies the goals of the dynamic group. The new name launches several career-related events planned for this semester.
This spring, students in the Master of Archives and Records Administration program at the SJSU School of Information can apply for new scholarships sponsored by the NorCal Chapter of the ARMA International Pacific Region Community.
Addressing social aspects of a modern librarian’s job like safety and security, the articles published in the current issue of the Student Research Journal (SRJ) also point out that librarians must familiarize themselves with several legal issues.
Faculty members from the School of Information and College of Business received a Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity grant from SJSU to create cybersecurity learning modules to be piloted in future courses.
Two alumni from the SJSU iSchool are feeling the love with their recent "I Love My Librarian" award win, recognizing their unparalleled dedication and service to our communities. Congratulations Michael Beller (MLIS 1999) and David Lopez (MLIS 2012)!
Director Sandra Hirsh will be visiting libraries across California in early 2015. The on-site information sessions are a special opportunity for prospective students, current students, and alumni to learn more about the iSchool's online educational programs.
Clarence Maybee, a doctoral student in the San José Gateway PhD program, has been awarded the QUT Higher Education Research Best Publication Higher Degree Student Award for his paper published in Library & Information Science Research.
Committed to providing an exceptional education for students, SJSU School of Information faculty members were awarded grants to participate in trainings designed to improve the quality of online instruction.
The virtual internship program at the SJSU School of Information exposes students to incredibly diverse projects and learning experiences, from analyzing data to community building and everything in between.
“Outstanding” describes the four graduate students who were recently awarded scholarships from the SJSU School of Information. Congratulations Darren Ilett, Allison Murphy, Amanda Bethel, and Cory Laurence!