SJSU School of Information Lecturer Erin Lawrimore's 14 years of experience with the Society of American Archivists (SAA) will serve her well in her newly elected three-year position on the SAA Council.
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) helped San José State University School of Information alumna Sarah Cook (MLIS 2013) find her career direction in the information profession and now she is a 2016 SLA Rising Star.
Dr. Virginia Tucker will begin a new role this summer at the San José State University School of Information. She has been promoted to assistant professor with a specialization in information systems and knowledge structures. Congratulations!
The second of the online mini-conferences sponsored by founding partner San José State University School of Information will take place on June 15, 2016, and focus on the theme of "Library as Classroom." The call for proposals opens April 1.
Five alumni and one current student are part of the 2016 class of Library Journal's "Movers and Shakers" who are using their prodigious skills to “transform public, school, academic, and special libraries across the United States and around the world.”
MLIS student Angela Gates chose to complete a thesis for her culminating requirement and is now heading to the 30th annual California State University Student Research Competition to represent SJSU. Good luck Angela!
Individuals currently working in the data science field and aspiring data scientists now have a new option for honing their skills in Big Data and staying current with the rapidly evolving data science field.
Teacher Librarian program student Suzanne Akemi Sannwald recently won the California School Library Association (CSLA) Leadership for Diversity Scholarship and discovered a family connection to a librarian’s social justice efforts in the 1940s.
In recognition of their amazing work, the iSchool's student chapters of professional associations will each receive $1,000 for a selected board member or selected student member to attend the respective association's national conference.
Recent publications by faculty members at the SJSU School of Information discuss online collaboration for international projects and how to increase student satisfaction with online group projects.