Professor Patricia Franks chats with Robert Smallwood about the Master of Archives and Records Administration program. She gives a brief overview of the fully online master’s degree program; discusses career opportunities for individuals skilled in archives, records, and information governance; addresses industry trends; and talks about her research in the field. She also defines the alphabet soup of acronyms for the many credentials available for archives, records, and information governance professionals.
Published: February 6, 2020 by Greta Snyder and guest blogger Karen Pfeffer
With the semester in full throttle, you’re becoming a pro at juggling school, work and life. Be confident that you can continue to grow as a multi-tasking pro and take on one of the most rewarding and best career-building parts of SJSU iSchool: opportunities beyond the classroom. You’ve got to get extra-curricular to really take full advantage of your experience at iSchool.
‘Wholehearted Libraries: Soft Skills for 21st Century Information Professionals,’ First Library 2.020 Mini-conference Encourages Compassion, Empathy and Finding Balance
The first Library 2.020 mini-conference, “Wholehearted Libraries: Soft Skills for 21st Century Information Professionals,” kicks off the 10th Annual Library 2.0 Worldwide Virtual Conference—the global conference series began in 2011— embracing the idea that “soft skills are heart skills.”