The “We Always Swing”® Jazz Series in Columbia, Missouri is offering a 3 credit hour graduate practicum opportunity for a student in the University of Missouri School of Information Science & Library Technologies for the Fall 2013 semester.
Library and Information Science
The School of Information Science & Learning Technologies (SISLT) has been accepted as a member of iSchools, a worldwide organization of information schools dedicated to advancing the information field.
The Missouri Masonic Research Library is just opening and would be interested in having LIS students as volunteers. Because the library is still new, there are many opportunities here for you.
As we prepare for the SISLT Orientation, we would like to know who plans to attend. If you do plan to attend, please RSVP using this quick online survey. This RSVP is just for the SISLT Orientation, not for the COE Orientation, so please re-RSVP so we know whom to expect in the afternoon. New and returning students are welcome!
If yes, make sure to register for ISLT 9410 Section 8, Usability of Information Systems and Services, offered 100% online this Fall!
There are several orientations happening for new graduate students. If you can attend all of the orientation sessions, great! However, if you have to prioritize, I would recommend attending the August 15 COE/SISLT orientation.
Visit the new Woodneath Library, KCPL, and Ruiz Library — happy hour too!
“Greetings fellow life forms. I’d like to mention that ISLT 7315 (“Management of Information Agencies”) will be offered this fall semester in Columbia, St. Louis, Kansas City, and Omaha. You should know that this course is offered only once a year. Because of this, you who need the course should take it this fall, or you’ll have to wait until the fall of 2014 for it to come around again. Thanks. JB”
This course examines the culture, operations, and environment of academic libraries in the context of institutions of higher education and revolutionary changes in communication media and technologies.
Fall 2013 Comps Week has been scheduled for Saturday, October 19 through Sunday, October 27. If you plan on graduating and/or taking comps in the summer and have not yet notified the Student Coordinator’s office, please do so at your earliest convenience so we can add you to the list (note: if you indicated a Fall 2013 graduation date on your program of study, that counts as notification and you do not need to notify us again).