Browse by Subject "LIS education"
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(iSchools, 3/15/16)Systematic program planning is an approach that facilitates continuous higher education improvements through evidence-based, data-driven decision-making that includes the program’s constituencies. Library and information ...
Are iSchools’ more adaptable than library schools?: Analysis of lis student engagement in programmatic changes and improvements (iSchools, 3/15/16)The iSchools organization and its 65 member schools frequently reference their roles and responsibilities as leaders in information education. With the iSchools’ commitment to advance the information field (iField) through ...
(Association of Research Libraries, 2012)“Library experience is as important in getting hired by a library as the MLS, maybe even more so.” In his 2005 essay, “The Practice Prerequisite,” Library Journal’s John Berry argued that professional education programs ...
(2010-02-03)This roundtable discussion will explore the unique value of incorporating Indigenous information issues in LIS education. Moreover, the discussion will elicit participants' own experience in LIS education while raising ...
(2014-08)The American Library Association’s Standards for Accreditation of Master’s Programs in Library and Information Science emphasize exposing LIS students to both diversity and practice (2008). Incorporating service learning ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)While pursuing graduate degrees in library and information science (LIS), it is hoped that students will learn the basics necessary for competent, inclusive, and caring professional practice. This panel will explore how ...