News: Research


School of Information Student Research Journal Publishes its 15th Issue

The Student Research Journal of the San José State University School of Information offers open-access, peer-reviewed scholarship on librarianship, archives, and information science and has surpassed 100,000 downloads since its first issue was published in 2010. The journal has been accessed from more than 180 countries.


Student Research Journal Explores Changes in the LIS Field

The theme of change resonates in the 14th issue of the San José State University School of Information Student Research Journal. Starting with the introduction of the journal’s new title to include the school’s name, Editor-in-Chief Holley Cornetto identifies both change that is happening, and change that is inevitable in the field of library and information science.


New IMLS Grant to Help Veterans Become Librarians

A new research and scholarship program for United States military veterans will help them achieve their educational goals of earning a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science and be ready for the job market.


Recent Publications by School of Information Faculty Focus on Valuable Online Learning Experiences

Recent publications by faculty members at the SJSU School of Information discuss online collaboration for international projects and how to increase student satisfaction with online group projects.

The San José State University (SJSU) School of Information (iSchool) is widely recognized as a leader in online education, and recent publications by faculty members point to the continuing research in online learning being conducted at the school.