The iSchool at the University of Missouri welcomes applications for Fall 2019 for admission to its interdisciplinary doctoral program housed in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies (SISLT).
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The School of Information Science and Learning Technologies (SISLT) — the iSchool at the University of Missouri — seeks to recruit an energetic, highly motivated scholar who will contribute to the research, teaching, and administrative missions of the school in the MLIS, PhD, and certificate programs. We seek a candidate whose work complements current faculty research strengths in library and information sciences, and learning technologies.
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Congratulations Dr. Joi Moore, SISLT Professor and College of Education Associate Dean for Engagement & Outreach, on receiving AECT’s 2018 McJulien Scholar Best Paper Award.
The team of PI Prasad Calyam (MU Computer Science), Co-PI Trupti Joshi (MU Health Management and Informatics), Co-PI Isa Jahnke (SISLT), Co-PI Tim Middelkoop (MU Computing Infrastructure) and Co-PI Saptarshi Debroy (City University New York) investigates data security. The project aims to augment campus cyberinfrastructure for data-intensive science applications (e.g., bioinformatics, chemistry) to improve data More…
Kelly Anders is a graduate of the Library and Information Science program at Mizzou, and the Executive Director of the nonprofit corporation Jackson County Law Library, Inc., in Kansas City, Missouri which serves the 16th Circuit Court and subscribing attorney members.
Jason is joining SISLT from South Carolina, where he worked as an Information Literacy Librarian at Coastal Carolina University. Jason earned his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina’s School of Library and Information Science in 2017. He has previous professional librarian experience at Midlands Technical College, Forsyth County (NC) Public Library, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
In June 2018 Dr. Johannes Strobel was honored with the STEM Excellence Award by International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
Danielle is a user experience researcher with a background in visualization and developing virtual environments. Her research focuses on understanding the role of immersion in comprehending virtual space. She has experience in developing learning environments, including the iSocial project, on different gaming platforms and works with different virtual and augmented reality technology. She currently works More…
Assistant Professor Sarah Buchanan will deliver the keynote address at “The Primary Source: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Memory and Identity” on May 17.