Faculty and Research
The faculty members at the San José State University School of Information are award-winning scholars and leaders in their professional communities.
Each of our faculty members maintains a web page, where you can learn more about their experiences, their teaching and research interests, and their publications. You can access our faculty list, and click on each name to view web pages with more information or contact the faculty member via email.
Launched in 2010, the San José State University School of Information Student Research Journal promotes graduate scholarship and intellectual inquiry in the fields of library and information science, archives, records management, and museum studies by publishing two peer-reviewed, open-access issues annually. The journal accepts contributions from graduate students attending any university, and invites contributions authored by LIS faculty.
The San José State University School of Information is organizing three Library 2.0 web conferences during 2019, each focusing on a specific topic addressed by experts in the information profession. The conferences will be held entirely online and registration is free. The format includes an opening keynote panel, concurrent crowd-sourced sessions and a closing address.
Who Should Attend: Library professionals, employers, LIS students, and educators