Call for Papers: Communicar Journal

«Comunicar» Journal invites you to visit our Call for Papers: Call for Papers in 2017: Comunicar 54 (2018-1): Shared Science and Knowledge. Open Access, Technology and Education  Thematic Editors: Dr. María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya, Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM) (Mexico); Dr. Rory McGreal, University of Athabasca Continue reading Call for Papers: Communicar Journal

Scholarship: American Association of Law Libraries- April 1, 2017

AALL OFFERS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR YOUR EDUCATION APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 1 Every year AALL awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to law school and library school students and AALL members. The following scholarships are awarded annually: Library School Scholarships (for those Continue reading Scholarship: American Association of Law Libraries- April 1, 2017

Webinar: Speaking Up and Being Heard- March 15, 2017

The College of Information Studies, Maryland’s iSchool, is excited to announce a free, brown bag webcast—Speaking Up and Being Heard—featuring Scott Leeb, Senior Consultant at Iknow LLC. In this webcast, Leeb will walk participants through the task of identifying their Continue reading Webinar: Speaking Up and Being Heard- March 15, 2017

REFORMA Scholarship and Rose Treviño Memorial Scholarship- March 15, 2017

Keep reading for some scholarship opportunities for Spanish speakers and those who want to serve in Hispanic communities! Applications are now being accepted for the REFORMA Scholarship and the Rose Treviño Memorial Scholarship. Any current or newly entering graduate library Continue reading REFORMA Scholarship and Rose Treviño Memorial Scholarship- March 15, 2017

Canadian Courts Preserving Webpages Cited in Rulings

Take a look at this interesting article on Motherboard. The Canadian Judicial System has gone through their records to secure sources that were referenced through hyperlink in court records. Using the Wayback Machine and Internet Archive, they have recorded the Continue reading Canadian Courts Preserving Webpages Cited in Rulings

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

Scholarship: SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend- March 1, 2017

$1200 SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend — Call for Applications Stipend to attend the SLA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, June 18-20, 2017 SPIE Digital Library is sponsoring for library school students an award of a $1200 travel stipend Continue reading Scholarship: SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend- March 1, 2017