If you’re interested in working in an academic, public, or corporate library, it’s highly likely that you’ll require subject expertise. That’s where our four courses come in – they’re designed to provide you with the essential foundations to help you hit the ground running. We’ve created short introductory videos for each course (and ourselves), so… Read more »
The deadline for applications to SAA’s F. Gerald Ham and Elsie Ham Scholarship is coming soon: February 28!
The deadline for applications to SAA’s F. Gerald Ham and Elsie Ham Scholarship iscoming soon: February 28! · The award is for $10,000 and a complimentary registration to the SAA Annual Meeting in the year in which the scholarship is received. · Keep in mind these eligibility requirements: -The scholarship funds must be used to support the graduate archival… Read more »
REMINDER: If you plan to graduate in June or August
Please submit your intent to graduate form found at this webpage: https://soic.iupui.edu/student-services/graduation/ The deadline is February 1st for Summer Graduates. If you are not sure if you are on track for a summer graduation please feel free to reach out to Angie Harmon (email@example.com) who can check your records.
Scholarships from ALA still available to apply
If you need a bit of financial help to get through your graduate program, scholarship funds are now available. The American Library Association (ALA) has more than $300,000 available to students who are studying in library science or school library media programs at the master’s degree level. Get your application in early. The deadline to… Read more »
Need 1 credit hour? Explore the profession with a peer cohort and map your LIS career path in LIS-S 598
Professional Engagement and Development (LIS-S 598) can be found from one.iu.edu in both the class registration system and iGPS. DLIS is offering LIS-S 598 as a 1 credit hour graded course taught by Lydia Spotts. Background: LIS-S 598 evolved from the former non-credit hour course I-798, which was initially offered in fall 2020. Based on… Read more »