The ALA Committee on Accreditation has granted full accreditation for the Library Science master’s degree program (MA Information Science and Learning Technologies).
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Student leaders at the University of Missouri recently placed a spotlight on the systemic racism present on our campus, and we at the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies stand with our student leaders. We respect the symbolic importance of recent actions. Protest in many forms is a good response to the members of our campus community who demonstrate a lack of respect for the basic rights and humanity of students and colleagues of color.
The ASIS&T Student Chapter will be hosting a workshop on R, a programming language and software for statistics and data analysis from 2-4 this Friday (October 30th) in 201 Townsend Hall.
Congratulations to Dinara Saparova on the successful defense of her doctoral dissertation!
Nathan successfully defended his dissertation titled, “Google Scholar and Meta Descriptions: Does Adding Abstracts to a Search Engine Results Page Aid in Undergraduate Document Triage Efficiency?”
The iSchool’s Heather Lea Moulaison traveled in August to beautiful Cape Town, South Africa, to present at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) World Library and Information Conference (WLIC) 2015 General Conference and Assembly.
Are you interested in fitting oral history into your library’s repertoire, but you don’t know where to begin?
The School of Information Science & learning Technologies at the University of Missouri is very proud to announce the American Library Association Office for Diversity has awarded Alex De Santiago with a 2015–2016 Spectrum Scholarship.
MU’s Library and Information Science Graduate Student Association (LISGSA) hosted their third annual conference on Saturday, April 11, 2015 on MU’s Columbia campus.
MU’s Library and Information Science Graduate Student Association (LISGSA) hosted their third annual conference – Spring 2015 on MU’s Columbia campus. The conference featured presenters, student speakers, panel discussions and faculty involvement revolving around the history of libraries. To celebrate the theme “From Dewey to Digital: The History of Librarianship,” LISGSA invited esteemed author and More…