MLIS student Marie Vans recently won first place at the 2015 International Society for Technology in Education conference for her machinima production originally created for her INFO 287 Virtual Worlds: The Birth of the Renaissance in Florence course.
A record 12 graduate students enrolled in the iSchool’s exclusively online MLIS degree program have been chosen to receive the American Library Association’s 2015 Spectrum Scholarships—more than any other school on the list. Congratulations!
Thanks to a generous donation, 25 students beginning the MLIS and MARA degree programs in fall 2015 will receive funding to attend a professional association conference of their choice during their first year at the SJSU School of Information.
Dr. Maria Otero-Boisvert is looking forward to new opportunities now that she has graduated from the San José Gateway PhD program. “This fall semester I will finally realize my dream of teaching at the graduate level,” she stated.
Creativity abounds in the Pinterest boards created as part of the application process for the Director’s Scholarship for Excellence, the first-ever scholarship awarded to new students beginning the iSchool’s MLIS program in fall 2015.
The student chapter of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) at the San José State University School of Information is co-hosting a free mini-conference at the California State Archives in downtown Sacramento on June 20, 2015.
The premiere issue of Archeota, the e-newsletter created by the Society of American Archivists Student Chapter at the SJSU School of Information, has hit the virtual newsstands. Download now and see what’s happening in archives.
With the inaugural virtual convocation ceremony just around the corner, the San José State University School of Information announces the seven recipients of the 2015 Awards for Excellence for Graduating Students. Congratulations!
Congratulations are due to SJSU School of Information student Heather Terrell for winning the 2015 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing Award for her paper, “Reference Is Dead, Long Live Reference: Electronic Collections in the Digital Age.”
With new master’s degrees in hand, graduates of the Circle of Learning (COL) American Indian and Alaska Native Librarians for Tomorrow grant program, which concluded at the end of August 2014, are bringing an impressive list of honors and a notable set of skills to the workplace.