INFO-I 798 Career planning and engaging with the LIS profession can be found from the registrar’s website, or search in one.iu.edu for iGPS. DLIS is offering I-798 as a non-credit hour S/F course for the last time in Spring 2022.* This course, focused on career advising and engaging with the LIS profession, can be advantageous… Read more »
Please join us Wednesday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. EST for our monthly speaker series. This month we’ll hear from Allison Rand, an Instructional Design Librarian and subject liaison to the School of Communications at Illinois State University. Register to receive the Zoom link.
Recently, she was featured in the IUPUI Today email with a nice Q&A. Lydia Spotts Lecturer for library and information science, School of Informatics and Computing Lydia Spotts is a master’s graduate of IUPUI and has spent much of her professional career working in nonprofit, government, academic and corporate archives. She started as an adjunct faculty… Read more »
DLIS is excited to offer a non-credit hour course on career advising and engaging with the LIS profession this fall 2021. Whether you are coming to LIS from another field or if this is your first career, our newly developed curriculum can benefit you. New, mid-program, and final semester students are invited to join this course, as the instructor… Read more »
While libraries have offered electronic resources for many years, in this new landscape of social distancing, electronic resources are quickly becoming indispensable to libraries and their patrons. In this pandemic, many libraries have had to close their doors for months at a time. Electronic resources like Overdrive, Hoopla, and other databases are now crucial services… Read more »