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Looking for something to do? Our Facebook events tab is full of events from conference receptions to faculty presentations to student meet-ups. You can also connect with current student and alumni groups, view updates from faculty about new online classes and curricula, stay in the know about school news, and check out our photo albums. Plus, you can interact with current students, alumni, faculty, and friends. Post on our wall. Ask us a question. Join the conversation! Interact with us on Facebook.
Follow our school on Twitter, and get the scoop on school news, events, job tips, career advice—basically all things library and information science that fit in 140 characters! We even live tweet discussions from our online webcast series and library and information science professional conferences. Follow us on Twitter.
A collage of faces awaits you on our school’s Instagram account, featuring faculty, students, and alumni. Take a peek at our community of scholars, researchers, and information professionals; post your comments; and follow us on Instagram!
What interests you? Check out our pins on the Pinterest boards. We’re pinning faculty bios, presentations, and publications. You can check out pins highlighting current students and alumni. Our student associations are also very active in the library and information science community, and we created a board for them, too! Get inspired. Learn something new. Follow us on Pinterest.
We have own channel on YouTube! View presentations by our award-winning faculty and prestigious guests, watch informational videos, and learn more about our school’s sophisticated online learning environment through video tutorials. Check out our playlists. And be sure to comment on your favorite videos! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Join the SJSU School of Information group on LinkedIn and connect with alumni, current students, faculty members, and colleagues. Start a discussion and hear what others are doing in the field. It’s a great way to make new connections and build your network. Connect with us on LinkedIn. In addition, be sure to follow our LinkedIn Showcase page. We also upload presentations our faculty members have delivered at various conferences and events to SlideShare.
You can also interact with faculty members, staff members, and students on our blogs. Our website is chock-full of information; but, if you’re seeking detailed information where you can also comment and ask questions, bookmark our blogs. We blog about careers and curriculum. We blog about registration updates. Dr. Linda Main also has an advising blog for current students. Check them out:
- Career Blog – A must-read for job seekers, this blog covers career resources and shares job hunt tips.
- Center for Information Research and Innovation Blog – Here you’ll find posts by faculty members on a variety of topics concerning their research projects.
- Curriculum Center Blog – This blog is managed by Associate Director Linda Main and discusses curriculum developments, such as new courses, schedules, and important registration news and updates.
- iStudent Blog – This blog is designed for current students, as well as applicants to our school’s graduate programs. A current student hosts the blog and provides information and advice for students, including posts about new courses, careers, online learning, and financial aid.
- Master of Archives and Records Administration Blog – This blog is intended for prospective and current students, faculty members, and all colleagues interested in archives, records administration, information governance, and related fields. This blog is managed by Dr. Patricia Franks.
- Virtual Center for Archives and Records Administration Blog – Information about virtual world events sponsored by VCARA on iSchool Island in Second Life is posted to this blog managed by Dr. Patricia Franks.