Hong has worked in the public library systems in New York City for over 25 years. Mostly recently, she holds the position of director of Technical Services, Queens Public Library. She leads a team of over 100 staff to ensure that materials are properly selected, ordered, cataloged & prepared and delivered to all 65 locations… Read more »
Join the DLIS community on Zoom to hear from a spectrum of MLS/MLIS degreed professionals in a variety of roles, working across industries. Ask your career questions, discuss, engage, and network each month. Please join us for our final fall session next Wednesday (11/17) to hear from Hong Yao, Queens Public Library. The Department of… Read more »
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 »