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Information and Education Services Librarian – Univ. Connecticut

Information and Education Services Librarian: Entry Level The Lyman Maynard Stowe Library at the University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC) invites applications for an Information and Education Services Librarian position.  This position reports to the Library’s Information and Educational Services Department.  The recently renovated Library is a highly respected department providing services and resources to […]

Advanced Referencing Service Specialist – Infotrieve

Advanced Referencing Services Specialist Infotrieve is a global leader in information services and content management technology for businesses.  For more than 20 years we have been providing corporate information centers, R&D facilities, and legal, business affairs and product professionals in more than half the Fortune 500 with a broad array of software solutions and services. […]

Spring Courses: LBSC 773 and LBSC 748

This is just a friendly note that there are still openings in several of our spring course offerings. If you’re still contemplating your schedule please consider the following courses. LBSC 773 Classification Theory  A survey of classificatory principles from bibliographic, philosophical, biological, psychological, and linguistic perspectives. Challenges to traditional principles from the cognitive sciences and their implementations for […]

iSchool Experiential Learning Expo a HUGE Success

Last Wednesday, MLS and MIM students gathered together for the very first iSchool Experiential Learning Expo; a poster session where they displayed posters describing their field study and capstone experiences.The thirty-one posters presented demonstrated the wide-range of institutions, topics, and kinds of projects that our students are prepared to work for/on after completing their program. […]

Graduate Profile: Melissa McDonald

Today we begin an exciting series of posts highlighting some of our amazing December graduates. They’ll share some insights about their time at the iSchool, advice for current and future students, and also some fun facts about themselves. First up is Melissa McDonald, who completed the School Library and Information and Diverse Populations specializations. Melissa McDonald What made you […]

Registration Housekeeping

As the fall semester draws to a close, we’d like to remind all of you about a few key pieces of registration business. New Core Spring and Winter classes are listed in Testudo. Don’t forget to check both LBSC (Library Science) and INST (Information Studies) course headings. Also,you may find some INFM (Information Management) classes of interest. MLS students must complete the core […]

Faculty Profile: Michael Kurtz

Dr. Kurtz is a Visiting Professor and the Assistant Program Director of the Archives Specialization. Michael Kurtz, PhD What made you decide to enter this field? I had a 37 year career at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) before joining the faculty full-time in September 2011.  My work at NARA enabled me to […]

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