Completing the San José Gateway PhD program is both a bittersweet end and a promising new beginning for Clarence Maybee, the eighth person to graduate from the international doctoral degree program.
SJSU School of Information Director Sandra Hirsh was recently named as one of the 16 prominent information professionals who will advise and shape the work of the American Library Association's Center for the Future of Libraries.
The latest tools, the hottest skills, and the most essential competencies for 21st century information professionals were the themes discussed at the recent Library 2.015 Worldwide Virtual Conference. All sessions were recorded and are freely available.
After winning the ARMA International Education Fund scholarship, MLIS student Lea Takigawa is confident she made the right decision to change careers from lawyer to records manager and is thrilled her new career is off to such an auspicious start.
The California Library Association’s 2015 election results are in, and one student and three alumni of the Master of Library and Information Science program at San José State University have been chosen for leadership roles in the association.
The nominating committee for the American Library Association’s (ALA) 2016 election has named San José State University distinguished faculty member Patty Wong as a candidate for the three-year position of ALA treasurer.
The School of Information at San José State University is well-represented on the 2016 executive board of the Special Libraries Association Silicon Valley, with two current students and two alumni elected to leadership roles.
Students, alumnae and faculty members will present on library technology, the role of the learning commons, and information visualization models during the free and online Library 2.015 conference, scheduled for October 20, 2015.
Receiving an award from the Queensland University of Technology for his research paper on informed learning was just the start of honors to be bestowed upon San José Gateway PhD student Clarence Maybee.
The student chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) at the San José State University School of Information has a lot to celebrate, including being named ASIS&T Student Chapter of the Year.