Nice work, Whitney! “Hack Library School is a collaborative project begun in the Fall of 2010…HLS was founded on the principle of students taking the future of librarianship into their own hands.” Read Whitney’s post here: https://hacklibraryschool.com/2021/09/15/budget-friendly-professional-development-and-continuing-education-resources/
News & Announcements
A new SoIC study-abroad program for Helsinki, Finland, is set to launch in summer 2022! This program will accept both undergraduate and graduate students. Our program will offer students the opportunity to collaborate with students at Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki, Finland. In the spring semester, students from the IUPUI campus will be… Read more »
The IU/IUPUI Dept. of Library and Information Science is pleased to offer full-conference registration for the ILF annual conference, being held at the Marriott East hotel in Indianapolis on Monday and Tuesday (pre-conferences on Tuesday are not included) November 15-17. To view the program visit, click here. To apply, send an email with contact… Read more »
We have added a new section to one of our most popular courses, Materials for Youth. If you are looking for another course to enroll in for Fall 2021, there are seats still available: LIS S571 Section 47199 with instructor Shannon Pierce.
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 »