Two San José State University School of Information students were awarded travel grants to attend the Special Libraries Association 2017 Annual Conference: Kate Spaulding and Jonathan Christensen.
The Online Learning Consortium bestowed a notable award to San José State University for its excellent faculty development programs including the iSchool's Teaching, Tips and Techniques workshop series.
The iSchool will be offering a unique one-unit course at the upcoming ALA Annual Conference designed to help students engage with colleagues and professional development through conference participation.
Ten outstanding faculty and staff members of the San José State University School of Information were honored with special awards in recognition of their exceptional work.
Dr. Rachel Ivy Clarke, '08 MLIS, is the recipient of the iSchools 2017 Doctoral Dissertation Award for outstanding work in the information field. Her research reconceptualizes librarianship as a design discipline rather than a social science.
Dr. Debra Wallace from Harvard Business School will be the convocation speaker for the San José State University School of Information’s virtual convocation ceremony in May.
Year after year, the MLIS curriculum is ranked among the top 5 program strengths, and this spring, students have even more courses to choose from with the addition of several new courses on political advocacy, RDA, social analytics, and other topics.
iSchool professors, graduate students and alumni are creating the first International Directory of National Archives to serve as a single source of information about 196 national archives around the world.
Striving to bridge the gap between research and practice, Dr. Lili Luo is conducting an in-depth investigation of how librarians employ the best available evidence to solve practical problems in the field.
Dr. Mary Ann Harlan discussed the positive characteristics of librarians functioning as educators during her keynote presentation at the California School Library Association Southern Region’s Workshop.