Information Science & Learning Technologies Doctoral Program
As a doctoral student in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, you can follow interdisciplinary paths. Approaches to inquiry include technical, cognitive, epistemological, cultural, political, and economic aspects of informing and learning. Some common areas of interests are:
- Advanced study of contemporary learning and instructional theories
- Learner-centered design, interface design, and information access design
- Advanced networked learning systems, including digital libraries and learning communities
- Human centered computing
- Information-seeking and use
- Information organization
- Human institutions, including libraries, that support the production and dissemination of and access to information
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Information Science & Learning Technologies Doctoral Program Forms
We are updating the handbook. Please contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Julie Caplow, for current information.
Change of Committee form
This is the form to submit if you need to make changes to your original committee after you have filed a committee form.
Comprehensive Exam D-3 Form
The form committee members sign when a student takes comprehensive exams.
Dissertation D-4 Form
This is the form committee members sign when a Ph.D student completes and defends his/her dissertation.
This is a department form that your committee must sign to approve your dissertation research.
Dissertation Submission Checklist
This information will help you in preparing to submit your dissertation copy to the Graduate School, 210 Jesse Hall.
Doctoral Program Planning Sheet
This form is used to plan your doctoral program.
Doctoral Program Planning Sheet Sample
A sample of the form used to plan your doctoral program.
Faculty Recommendation Form
This form is used by faculty to recommend a PhD student pass the Qualifying Examination.
PhD Professional Immersion Residency Planning Form
The SISLT Ph.D. residency requirements consist of two parts: Course Enrollment and Professional Immersion. Use this form to plan for the Professional Immersion portion.
Plan of Study D-2 Form
The form that establishes the courses required for a student to get the degree desired.
Qualifying Exam/Committee D-1 Form
This form indicates a student has passed QE exam and set up a committee to evaluate dissertation.
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