Creativity and passion abound in Pinterest boards created by the five winners of the Director's Scholarship for Excellence for new students who are beginning the iSchool's MLIS program in spring 2017.
The Library 2.017 Worldwide Virtual Conference kicks off March 29 with a look at the evolving information profession and how libraries can continue to thrive in our future society. Two more topical mini-conferences will follow in June and October.
A new book of compiled essays on school librarianship written by renowned scholars in the field and edited by iSchool instructor Dr. Sue Alman is dedicated to former iSchool director Dr. E. Blanche Woolls.
iSchool alumnae Heather Gruenthal and Amelia Lafleur have been elected to the California School Library Association 2017 board. Both graduates will advocate for increased networking opportunities and jobs for teacher librarians.
Making a difference in our communities, inspiring a love for literature, creating innovative programming...these are the reasons why SJSU iSchool alumnae Lia Kharis Hillman and Olga Valencia Cardenas are 2016 I Love My Librarian Award winners!
A new IMLS grant project led by the iSchool's Dr. Kristen Rebmann aims to provide Internet access to underserved communities and library patrons by expanding the reach of the library’s Internet signal outside of the library building to public spaces.
Intelligence, national security and information policy are explored in a recently published book co-written by iSchool instructor Dr. Susan Maret. These same topics are also covered in several courses she teaches in the MLIS program.
Three MLIS degree program alumnae were elected to the California Library Association's leadership board. Congratulations to president-elect Dolly Goyal and board of directors Genesis Hansen and Heather Cousin!
San José Gateway PhD program students Africa Hands and Karen Kaufmann were recently accepted to present their research progress project posters on education at professional conferences.
Two SJSU School of Information students were selected for the 2016-2017 ARL/SAA Mosaic Program, which strives to promote diversification of the archives and special collections professional workforce.