The School of Information Science & Learning Technologies announces two structural changes to the Library and Information Science Master’s degree program. These changes will allow the LIS Program to take better advantage of local relationships with libraries and information agencies, and provide more direct and consistent student service.
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The School of Information Science & Learning Technologies announces that the Cooperative Agreements between the University of Missouri School of Information Science & Learning Technologies and the University of Nebraska-Omaha will be dissolved as of August 1, 2016. The Cooperative Agreement between the LIS program and Missouri State University will be dissolved as of May 31, 2016.
Going to the MASL Conference? Make sure you stop by our booth (#57).
The article she co-authored with Dr C. Sean Burns, SISLT PhD alumnus and assistant professor at University of Kentucky School of Information Science, was selected for RUSA’s 2016 Reference Service Press Award.
We are now recruiting current SISLT students to be a part of the third (and last!) PuLL Program Fellows cohort.
“Cultivating the Art of Serendipity: Innovation Isn’t all Hard Work or Dumb Luck: It’s about Paying Attention”
SISLT alumna April Roy (MA ’05) is one of only 10 librarians awarded the national “I Love My Librarian Award” for 2015.
Librarians are being tasked to learn and use many new technologies, bridging information resources and instructional design. The E-Learning Information Professional specialization meets that need, drawing from the entirety of SISLT’s curriculum.
The ALA Committee on Accreditation has granted full accreditation for the Library Science master’s degree program (MA Information Science and Learning Technologies).
Student leaders at the University of Missouri recently placed a spotlight on the systemic racism present on our campus, and we at the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies stand with our student leaders. We respect the symbolic importance of recent actions. Protest in many forms is a good response to the members of our campus community who demonstrate a lack of respect for the basic rights and humanity of students and colleagues of color.