We are searching for two faculty members to join our team who share our commitment to research, teaching excellence, exceptional service to students, and continuous quality improvement in an environment of civility and respect.
Are you interested in international librarianship? Do you want to learn more about other cultures, other countries, and their information needs?
This year’s theme is “Libraries are the Heart of the Community.” Whether your “community” is urban or rural, public, school, academic or special, consider submitting a proposal to showcase the many ways your library is vital to your community.
“Democracy, Economics, and the Public Good: Informational Failures and Potential”
Scott Bonner, director of the Ferguson Municipal Public Library hires Amy Randazzo to serve as its long-awaited children’s services librarian starting March 9th. Both Scott and Amy are alumni from MU’s Library and Information Science Program.
Drs. James Laffey, Troy Sadler and Sean Goggins awarded Investing in Innovation Fund grant to develop a Game-Based 3D Virtual Learning Environment for Science Education.
SISLT’s Library and Information Science alumni Scott Bonner, MA `06, is the director of the Ferguson library and is featured in this NBC News story about the how the community has rallied together to support the library and the record donations that are coming in from people around the country.
If you plan on graduating this coming Spring 2015, the online application for graduation is now open.
The complete iConference 2015 program schedule is now available online.
Congratulations to SISLT’s Denice Adkins, recipient of the 2015 Graduate Advisor/Mentor of the Year.
Are you an aspiring business librarian or do you know someone who is? Send us your nominations!