Student Spotlight: Melissa Wertheimer

Melissa Wertheimer (MLIS student, Archives and Digital Curation) is the newly appointed Archivist of the Music Library Association (MLA), the U.S. branch of the International Association of Music Libraries (IAML). The MLA Archives are housed at Special Collections in Performing Continue reading Student Spotlight: Melissa Wertheimer

iSchool Student Showcases IPP on Hack Library School

Nancy Lovas, a second-year iSchool student recently authored a guest-post on Hack Library School, a collaborative blog written by LIS students. She is in the Individualized Program Plan and a Research and Teaching Fellow in the University Libraries and the Continue reading iSchool Student Showcases IPP on Hack Library School

Webinar: iSchool Professional Development- March 1, 2017

Are you eager to learn a new skill for your current or desired future job? Do you need interview practice or career advice? Then join us for a free online Professional Development Webinar on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 7:30 Continue reading Webinar: iSchool Professional Development- March 1, 2017

Cognitive Technologies and Usability- February 28, 2017

Join our IBM guest speakers for an engaging discussion around Cognitive technologies and how they relate to usability. In this discussion, our speakers will explore Design Thinking, IBM’s most innovative Cognitive services, and what these industry methods mean for you Continue reading Cognitive Technologies and Usability- February 28, 2017

Hack Library School Twitter Chat- February 21, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hack Library School hosts Twitter chat Mark your calendars! Hack Library School will host its very first Twitter chat on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 8pm CST. Hack Library School encourages prospective and current library school students, practicing Continue reading Hack Library School Twitter Chat- February 21, 2017