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Library 2.024 Worldwide Virtual Conference
The Supportive Library: Helping Patrons Experiencing Homelessness

The second of three Library 2.0 mini conferences is coming up on June 20, 2024. Register to attend this free event and learn about how librarians can help to strengthen vulnerable patrons. During this conference, our presenters will embrace vulnerability, share stories of helping vulnerable patrons, and discuss what it means to take risks and step outside of their comfort zone. More information and registration at: https://www.library20.com/the-supportive-library

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Information Science and Data Analytics Instructors

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Join our Faculty

The SJSU School of Information is currently seeking experienced instructors to teach in our growing Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Science and Data Analytics program. Prepare students for their future careers and build your teaching portfolio by joining our faculty as a part-time instructor! The positions start in fall 2024.

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iSchool Partners with Coursera: Elevating Education for Students and Alumni
New Collaboration Enhances Learning with Industry-Recognized Credentials

Students enrolled in the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs at the San José State University School of Information have a new added-value opportunity to further elevate their educational experiences. The iSchool recently announced a partnership with Coursera, a global platform for online learning and career development, to ensure its graduates are well-prepared for the demands of the modern workforce.

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Open Classes 10th Anniversary

iSchool Open Classes Program Celebrates Decade of Educational Excellence
‘Vital Resource for Information Professionals,’ says Program Creator Dr. Hirsh

The Open Classes program at San José State University School of Information, initiated in 2014 by Dr. Sandy Hirsh, former iSchool director and current associate dean of academics, marks its 10th anniversary in 2024. This innovative program was designed to offer master’s-level courses for college credit, providing a unique opportunity for students to “try before they apply,” advance their degree program before officially enrolling, and enhance their skills at their own pace as a continuing education option.