Connect with iSchool at Missouri’s faculty and students at the ASIS&T 2014 Annual Meeting
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The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced that the University of Missouri will receive a $347,488 grant to educate public library leaders, as part of the IMLS Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program.
At long last, the tree has been procured and the location to plant it has been approved by the University. The dedication of the memorial tree honoring John Wedman, Professor and Division Executive Director in the College of Education, will be held on . The dedication will take place on the south side of Jesse Hall near Tate Hall. The ceremony will be held rain or shine.
Open online communities (OOC) have emerged as significant drivers of innovation, economic activity, and social well-being. OOCs play important roles in a wide variety of areas, including but not limited to software development, general knowledge management, education, health, and scientific discovery.
Faculty and students from the Library & Information Science program, Missouri’s iSchool will participate in the Missouri Library Association’s 2014 Annual Conference from – .
We at the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies extend our best wishes to you on your tenth year with SISLT. We always enjoy your enthusiasm for the work you do, you have significantly contributed SISLT’s success…We thank you!
Goggins and Graves developed a software program and method that will help Twitter analysts gain better insight into human behavior associated with trends and events.
Staff of the Reflector will be presenting a special series of Student Storytimes, designed to give College of Education students, faculty, and staff the chance to listen to a children’s book and share how reading and literacy has made an impact in their lives.
Congratulations! We extend our best wishes to you on your tenth year with SISLT.
Springer Book series on CSCW seeks submissions for a 2015 book on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS). We are looking for original chapters on this topic — from scholars in academia and industry.