Master the essential knowledge, skills, and values of librarianship and the information professions through research, education, and outreach.
Learn to design, develop and implement technology in education and online learning, training and performance support. Offers online courses only.
Our Library Science Masters program is the only American Libraries Association (ALA) accredited program in Missouri.Read More About SISLT's Library and Information Science Program
Our Online Educator Graduate Certificate is endorsed by the Association for Educational Communications & Technology.Read More About SISLT's Online Educator Certificate
Our graduates work for top companies like Amazon, Google, and Cerner; government agencies; and national and international universities.Read More About SISLT's Graduate Employment Opportunities
User Experience Design
Our Information Experience (IE) Lab allows students to gain hands on UX experience through both lab research and technology evaluations for clients.Read More About SISLT's IE Lab
Lisa Royse received her master’s in education from the Learning Systems Design and Development program at the MU School of Information Science & Learning Technologies in 2010. Currently, she’s working on her Ph.D. in Information Science and Learning Technologies, and is expected to graduate in 2018.
Who says you can’t do it all? Alumna, Angela Sample, has successfully completed three programs at the MU School of Information Science & Learning Technologies.
Congratulations to SISLT alumna, Jan Mees, who is the new president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association.
Donna Church, a library and information science alumna, has been selected by Reference & User Services Quarterly (RUSQ) book review editor, Karen Antell, as one of six notable reviewers for 2017.
A collaborative research project involving Danny Myers, a SISLT Ph.D. student, and his colleagues — Mirna Becevic, Rachel Mutrux, Ben Francisco, Paul Michael Foreman, and Karen Edison, was selected as a winning poster for the School of Medicine category during the 5th Annual MU Health Innovation and Improvement Sharing Days.
The Mission HydroSci project is developing a video game for middle school science education. The game will help students learn key lessons about water systems, as well as develop their competency to engage in scientific argumentation.
Eliot Boden is a 2013 graduate of the library and information science program at the MU School of Information Science & Learning Technologies. Currently, he is the Instructional Technology Librarian at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Effective June 1, he will serve as the Assessment Librarian at Webster University.
Located in Independence, Missouri, the Truman Library is one of 14 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The project has received over $1.4 million of continuous funding for the past 21 years.
Nancy Bolt is a 1972 alumna of the library and information science (LIS) program at the MU School of Information Science & Learning Technologies (SISLT). She is currently the owner and president of a library consulting company, Nancy Bolt & Associates. Prior to her entrepreneurial pursuits, she served as State Librarian in Colorado for 18 years.
James Andrews is a 1997 alumnus of the Library and Information Science program at the MU School of Information Science & Learning Technology. In 2000, he became the first student to attain a doctoral degree from SISLT.
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