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Dr. Anindita Paul is a 2010 Ph.D. graduate of the MU School of Information Science and Learning Technologies doctoral program. She believes the program exposed her to interdisciplinary learning through interaction with world-class faculty, colleagues and peer universities across the globe. “Quality career opportunities came my way after receiving my doctorate,” said Paul. “I am More…
The Learning Technologies program presents two panel discussion webinars featuring six Learning Technologies alumni discussing their careers. The purpose is to connect our alumni and share successful career stories and to introduce current students to alumni and the Mizzou Alumni Association.
The Academy of Science’s Science Educator Award recognizes a distinguished individual on the basis of outstanding contributions to science education or to the public understanding of science, engineering, or technology.
We are seeking a candidate for an innovative position that integrates teaching and professional practice with outreach and advocacy. This non-tenure track (NTT) position is housed within the University of Missouri-Columbia, but located at the University of Missouri — Kansas City campus.
Each fall, the Library and Information Science Graduate Student Association (LISGSA) board at MU School of Information Science & Learning Technology (SISLT) invites a guest lecturer on campus to address industry-related issues. The 2017 fall speaker was SISLT LIS alumna and best-selling author, Laura McHugh.
The archives of a mid-Missouri community radio station will soon be digitized, thanks to a new fellowship at the MU College of Education’s School of Information Science and Learning Technology (SISLT), and SISLT is seeking two student Fellows to help perform this digitization.
Dr. Sanda Erdelez is the co-chair of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) annual meeting — through at the Crystal City Hyatt in Washington, D.C. — and has been involved in a year-long assignment of selecting submissions (i.e., papers, panels, visual presentations) for the technical program.
The colors of the leaves aren’t the only things changing at the MU School of Information Science and Learning Technologies (SISLT). On , the department emailed its constituents to inform them about the launch of two new graduate certificates and name adjustments to two current degree titles.
Jodi Page is pursuing a Master of Education in Information Science and Learning Technology with an emphasis in educational technology and an online educator certificate. Her expected graduation date is December 2018.