The iSchool’s online eGovernment student cohort visited campus October 22-24, 2014. The 17 students in the cohort are part of a program funded through a Laura Bush 21st Century scholarship grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services Continue reading eGovernment Students Visit Washington
The Lib2Gov.org project is hosting the following webinar in October. Lib2Gov.org is an engagement platform for library and government agency collaboration around digital/e-government services which is maintained by ALA and iPAC. Topic: Fighting Ebola and Infectious Diseases with Information Date: Tuesday, October Continue reading Lib2Gov Webinar: Fighting Ebola and Infectious Diseases with Information
There have been some updates to the Fall 2013 schedule of classes that we would like to make you all aware of. Cancelled Classes The following classes were cancelled due to lack of enrollment. LBSC 766 Access to Business Information Continue reading Fall 2013 Schedule Changes & E-Government
Recent iSchool grad Katie Rapp has partnered with the ALA Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table to host a special event at the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago. If you’re going to Chicago you can attend in-person. Not going Continue reading Save the Date – A Day in the Life – Federal Librarians on the Job Webcast!
Resume, Cover Letter Writing, & Interview Tips Saturday, February 23 10:00am-12:00pm Shady Grove Campus, Building 3, Room 2220 Dust off your resumes and bring them out for a chance to have experts and peers provide feedback on this important document. Participants Continue reading Get a Job! Resume Reviewing 2.23.13
The Information Policy & Access Center, in partnership with the American Library Association, received a Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services for 15 Masters of Library Science (MLS) e-government librarian degree scholarships. This unique program is Continue reading E-government Scholarship Program