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Dr. Michele Villagran to Serve as Cultural Diversity Expert on Core Team for IMLS Preservation Grant

The School of Information at San José State University is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Michele Villagran was selected to serve as an expert on cultural diversity on the core team for the Institute of Museum and Library Services grant titled, “Destination Preservation: A Roadmap for Libraries Leading Participatory Archiving Projects.”

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Dr. Michael Stephens Joins Advisory Board for IMLS Grant on Civic Engagement

Dr. Michael Stephens, associate professor at the San José State University School of Information, was invited to serve on the advisory board of a recently funded Institute of Museum and Library Services Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program project: Training Future Librarians for Civic Engagement and City Collaboration. The project focuses on civic technology, an emerging set of practices in using information, and communica

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iSchool and LYRASIS Partner to Expand Continuing Education Courses

The San José State University School of Information and LYRASIS Learning are now offering professional development and training courses to meet the needs of information professionals.

LYRASIS Learning is an education platform for webinars on subjects, such as content solutions, leadership and emerging trends, preservation solutions and technology. iSchool instructors will be teaching courses through the partnership.